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Designing Emotional Intelligence: an Experience-oriented, Data-driven Approach to Multimodal Affective Computing

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Making technologies more emotionally intelligent is gaining increasing attention in academia and industry these days. It aims to equip computing devices and services with the abilities to perceive and understand users’ emotions, as well as to manage and use these affects to improve user interactions and experiences. In this talk, I give an overview of our research efforts on designing emotional intelligence for machines. In particular, we take a data-driven approach to inferring and analyzing human emotions from their content production, consumption, and interpersonal interaction in socio-digital media. Then, we design multimodal experience-oriented displays to help users reflect on their emotion wellbeings. Last but not least, we experiment with the use of emotion ingredients to enrich user experiences with robots and virtual agents, persuasive technologies, and creativity authoring tools.

This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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