Schloss Dagstuhl Seminar: Computational Models of Cultural Behavior for Human-Agent Interaction

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Abstract from the report compiled by Elisabeth André, Ruth Aylett, Gert Jan Hofstede, and Ana Paiva: From March 23 2014 to March 28, the seminar “Computational Models of Cultural Behavior for Human-Agent Interaction” held in Schloss Dagstuhl Leibniz Center for Informatics. During the seminar, an interdisciplinary group of researchers explored and discussed theories and techniques for computational models of culture as part of virtual human simulations. Culturally-sensitive agents do not only improve the acceptance of man-machine interfaces by adapting their verbal and non-verbal behavior to the user’s assumed cultural background. They also bear enormous potential for a rapidly growing number of ICT-based language and cultural training scenarios that make use of role-play with virtual characters. The seminar brought together researchers with an interdisciplinary background that profited from each other’s perspective and explored challenges for the future.
23 mar. 201428 mar. 2014

Seminar

SeminarSchloss Dagstuhl Seminar: Computational Models of Cultural Behavior for Human-Agent Interaction
LandTyskland
Periode23/03/201428/03/2014
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