Cross-cultural Chatbots 2017


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The necessity of new paradigms in measuring human-chatbot interaction
L Ciechanowski, A Przegalinska, K Wegner – International Conference on …, 2017 – Springer
… AHFE 2017: Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making pp 205-214 | Cite as … presents mean answer values to questions connected with negative aspects of the chatbots’ anthropomorphism … lower the answer value, the lower the level of negative traits associated with a chatbot …

Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making: Proceedings of the AHFE 2017 International Conference on Cross-Cultural Decision Making, July 17-21, 2017 …
M Hoffman – 2017 – books.google.com
… 29 Cheng Qian, Philipp Kats, Sergey Malinchik, Mark Hoffman, Brian Kettler, Constantine Kontokosta, and Stanislav Sobolevsky Cross-Cultural Design and Team Decision Making Veterans … Contents xi The Necessity of New Paradigms in Measuring Human-Chatbot Interaction …

This paper reports the results of a cross-cultural study on facial regions as cues to recognize facial expressions of virtual agents. The experiment was conducted …
T Koda, Z Ruttkay – AI & SOCIETY, 2017 – infona.pl
… This paper reports the results of a cross-cultural study on facial regions as cues to recognize facial expressions of virtual agents. The experiment was conducted … article. Real-time gesture translation in intercultural communication …

Professional Communication as Phatic: From Classical Eunoia to Personal Artificial Intelligence
JE Porter – Business and Professional Communication …, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Phatic refers to the rhetorical function of creating effective communication channels, keeping them open, and establishing ongoing and fruitful relationships, a…

Advances in Cross-Cultural Decision Making
M Hoffman, S Schatz – 2017 – Springer
… 29 Cheng Qian, Philipp Kats, Sergey Malinchik, Mark Hoffman, Brian Kettler, Constantine Kontokosta, and Stanislav Sobolevsky Cross-Cultural Design and Team Decision Making Veterans in STEM … The Necessity of New Paradigms in Measuring Human-Chatbot Interaction …

The Role of Foreign Languages at Tertiary Level–Towards Developing a Contextual Curriculum for a German Course in Indian Technical Universities.
S Vijayakumar, G Kumar… – German as a Foreign …, 2017 – search.ebscohost.com
… The post globalization era has introduced a compression of time and space, and accompanying aftermaths like the mobility of the workforce, internationalization of education and cross-cultural interactions … 18. German culture and cross cultural communication 47.1 …

The media inequality: Comparing the initial human-human and human-AI social interactions
Y Mou, K Xu – Computers in Human Behavior, 2017 – Elsevier
… babies. In addition to the physically embodied robots, online chatbots have also been widely used. Franceschi-Bicchierai (2016) found that a Twitter chatbot in Argentina could trick people into believing its human identity. Today …

CALL in a climate of change: adapting to turbulent global conditions–short papers from EUROCALL 2017
K Borthwick, L Bradley, S Thouësny – 2017 – books.google.com
… coverage in Simple English Wikipedia articles: a corpus- driven study Clinton Hendry and Emily Sheepy A chatbot for a … Kristi Jauregi and Sabela Melchor-Couto The TeCoLa project: pedagogical differentiation through telecollaboration and gaming for intercultural and content …

A Cross-Cultural Approach for Communication with Biological and Non-Biological Intelligences
T Schalow – World Academy of Science, Engineering and …, 2017 – waset.org
… The basic assumptions behind intercultural communication can be applied to the many types of communication envisioned in … A Cross-Cultural Approach for Communication with … They animate chat bots to respond to human questions, and will certainly be able to converse with …

Joseph G. Bock, Kevin McMahon, Ziaul Haque
HWC Do Better – The Migration Conference 2017 Proceedings, 2017 – books.google.com
… Retrieved fromhttp://www. btmontreal. ca/videos/botler-ai-chatbot- answers-quebec-immigration- questions/. Accessed: 10.05. 2017 … 43 It employs an economic integration model which uses the intercultural expertise of displaced people for innovative design concepts …

VILLAGE—V irtual I mmersive L anguage L earning and G aming E nvironment: Immersion and presence
YF Wang, S Petrina, F Feng – British Journal of Educational …, 2017 – Wiley Online Library
… NIFLAR developed a set of design principles for interaction tasks aiming at maximizing authentic social interaction and intercultural awareness when using specific affordances of OpenSim and Second Life … Chatbot in the supermarket. Figure 7. Figure 7 … Scripts of chatbots …

Humor in human-computer interaction: A short survey
A Nijholt, AI Niculescu, V Alessandro, RE Banchs – 2017 – oar.a-star.edu.sg
… Niculescu and Banchs [41] shows how humor can be used to help chatbots recovering from … can interact with lampposts and mailboxes (anthropomorphization) in a con- versational (chatbot) way or … S., Pilato, G.: Humorist bot: Bringing computa- tional humour in a chat-bot system …

Professional Communication and Network Interaction: A Rhetorical and Ethical Approach
HA McKee, JE Porter – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… 5.2 Employee and citizen roles extensively intertwined 103 7.1 Design and functionality of AI agent 144 7.2 Mapping AI functionality and AI interface design 147 7.3 Mapping of selected assistants, chat bots, and game-playing agents 149 Tables 1.1 Professionals interviewed 13 …

The New Frontiers in Digital Media Services
W Kunz, G Walsh – emeraldgrouppublishing.com
… and concepts for digital media; Value co-creation in digital media; Cross cultural challenges of digital media; Touch versus tech in the digital media context; The dark side of digital media; Smart devices and the Internet of things; Service robots and chat bots; Automation and artificial …

Even good bots fight: The case of Wikipedia
M Tsvetkova, R García-Gavilanes, L Floridi, T Yasseri – PloS one, 2017 – journals.plos.org
… years, there has been a huge increase in the number of bots online, varying from Web crawlers for search engines, to chatbots for online … In August 2011, Igor Labutov and Jason Yosinski, two PhD students at Cornell University, let a pair of chat bots, called Alan and Sruthi, talk …

Are millennials transforming global tourism? Challenges for destinations and companies
C Veiga, MC Santos, P Águas… – … Hospitality and Tourism …, 2017 – emeraldinsight.com
… Researchers have pointed out that volunteer tourism is associated with positive connotations such as intercultural exchanges, new approaches to solving community problems, contributions to cultural and historical rehabilitation, environmental preservation and medical …

Knowledge and Systems Sciences: 18th International Symposium, KSS 2017, Bangkok, Thailand, November 17–19, 2017, Proceedings
J Chen, T Theeramunkong, T Supnithi, X Tang – 2017 – books.google.com
… We were happy to witness not only cross-cultural learning and integration at the conference, but also academic achievements and professionalism refined … 23 Sirin Suprasongsin, Van-Nam Huynh, and Pisal Yenradee MANDY: Towards a Smart Primary Care Chatbot Application …

Integrating CALL Systems with Chatbots as Conversational Partners
BA Shawar – Computación y Sistemas, 2017 – cys.cic.ipn.mx
… natural language. Developing chatbots started in 1967 when Weizenbaum [53] implemented the Eliza chatbot to play the role of a psychotherapist. Four years later, Colby [19] created PARRY to imitate a paranoid patient. PARRY …

Framework for Improving Usability of Learning Management Systems by Integrating Pedagogical Agent
BA Odhiambo, G Okeyo… – International Journal of …, 2017 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… have utilized Learning Management Systems to set up web-based learning content and create opportunities to cross cultural borders and … 4.3.1 Melsyanne Chatbot developed in AIML (Artificial Intelligence Markup Language) and its interpreter Program O A prototype of a …

Audience Participation Games: Blurring the Line Between Player and Spectator
J Seering, S Savage, M Eagle, J Churchin… – Proceedings of the …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… Lumberyard, Twitch, and the chatbots. Similar chatbots are already in use in ex- isting APGs. Choice Chamber relies on a chatbot to broad- cast polls to audience participants, mitigating issues associ- ated with video feed delay [47] …

Digital interactions and brand experience design: a future perspective
V Wanick, A Ranchhod, C Gurau – 2017 – eprints.soton.ac.uk
… Another example of this application is the utilisation of chatbots, or in other words, “humanised” robots that chat with consumers through virtual chats. For instance, the Mall of America4 created a chatbot similar to a Facebook Messenger to talk to consumers and give them …

Digital competences of the workforce–a research topic?
M Murawski, M Bick – Business Process Management Journal, 2017 – emeraldinsight.com
… and the skills for tool and media usage; advanced skills and knowledge for communication and collaboration, information management, learning and problem solving, and meaningful participation; and attitudes towards strategic skill usage in intercultural, critical, creative …

Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Design and Development Approaches and Methods: 11th International Conference, UAHCI 2017, Held as …
M Antona, C Stephanidis – 2017 – books.google.com
… nomics (EPCE 2017) • 11th International Conference on Universal Access in Human–Computer Interac- tion (UAHCI 2017) • 9th International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (VAMR 2017) • 9th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Design (CCD …

Service Robots in Hospitality and Tourism: Investigating Anthropomorphism
J Murphy, U Gretzel, C Hofacker – 15th APacCHRIE Conference, 2017 – heli.edu.au
… represent the customer to the firm, such as a physical rather than virtual shopbot (Kumar, Dixit, Javalgi, & Dass, 2016) or in a social role like chatbots … For instance, an important tourism and hospitality aspect not considered in this conceptualisation is intercultural interactions …

The Educational Context
R Sage – Paradoxes in Education, 2017 – Springer
… More than a million people have an app access to consult with a ‘chatbot’ rather than a … suggests that 90% of Whitehall’s 137,000 Civil servants will be replaced by AI chatbots by 2020 … The study confirmed the importance of a course in intercultural communication for all learners …

Customer Centric Artificial Intelligence-Using Text and Sentiment Analysis & Deep Neural Network Learning to make Chatbots Reply in a more Customer …
A Schreuder, A Schreuder, J van Wyk – 2017 – samra.co.za
… From this basic research, Chatbots can be extended to generate lexical output by implementing the models defined above. The readers are referred to (Gelston, 2017) for an example of an AI chatbot that has already been built …

Other Social Beings
P Turner – A Psychology of User Experience, 2017 – Springer
… Some cross-cultural differences are reported in the reported experience of interaction: a survey based evaluation showed high positive ratings for the factor “comfortable feeling like interacting with real animals” by European users while … 3.3 Digital Assistants and Chatbots …

Defining microinteractions: animation in UX
M Lomakina – 2017 – theseus.fi
… 33 5 Putting theory into practice. …. 35 5.1 Chat bot motion design. …. 35 5.2 Scrolling list motion. …. 37 5.3 Ripples …

Ware [z] house: Technology Powerhouse for Modern Educators Vol. 7
C Andoniou – 2017 – dspace.adu.ac.ae
… Learning it can make you a creative guru and achieve more in life! Source: lifehack.org Dexter: Build a Chatbot If you can write, you can make a bot. Start creating your first chatbot today. No coding required. And no credit card, either. Source: fastcodesign.com Page 11 …

The Diffuse Intelligent Other
ME Gladden – researchgate.net
… Chapter Ten was first published as Gladden, Matthew E., “Leveraging the Cross- Cultural Capacities of Artificial Agents as Leaders of Human Virtual Teams,” in Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Management Leadership and Gov- ernance, edited by Visnja …

NMC horizon report: 2017 higher education edition
SA Becker, M Cummins, A Davis, A Freeman, CG Hall… – 2017 – learntechlib.org
… every year. For example, both mobile and online learning today are not what they were yesterday. Virtual reality, chatbots, and immersive apps have added more functionality and greater potential for learning. The NMC Horizon …

Research in game localisation
C Mangiron – The Journal of Internationalization and Localization, 2017 – jbe-platform.com
Game localisation is an emerging field in Translation Studies that initially began attracting attention in the late 1990s, when the first studies analysing this new translation phenomenon were published by professionals working in the field. In the last decade, research on game localisation …

Antecedents of Consumer Brand Non-Choice Behaviour
D Usha – 2017 – dspace.pondiuni.edu.in
… Future directions: The scope for further research lies in exploring the demographic and cross-cultural differences in value deficit salience. The effect of the nature of … influencer marketing, intelligent agents and chat bots. Figure 1.1: Retail Industry Sales, 2013 – 2018 …

Informal learning strategies of international students seeking to learn English via mass and/or social media
S Mahajaroenkul – 2017 – soar.wichita.edu
… 10 interactions with chatbots, even though they know they’re not human. Another benefit of chatbots is the ease with which students can enter interactive learning environments. Coniam mentioned, however, that chatbot responses tend to be “frequently predictable, redundant …

Omni-Channel Retail Capabilities: An Information Systems Perspective
S Hosseini, M Röglinger, F Schmied – 2017 – aisel.aisnet.org
… and Vom Brocke 2015), innovation management (Hosseini et al. 2017; Lichtenthaler and Lichtenthaler 2009), and intercultural management (Ang and Inkpen 2008). For instance, Rosemann and Vom Brocke (2015) provide …

Designing microblog direct messages to engage social media users with suicide ideation: interview and survey study on Weibo
Z Tan, X Liu, X Liu, Q Cheng, T Zhu – Journal of medical Internet …, 2017 – ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
… 2. Moreover, since the study was conducted on Sina Weibo, there could be a number of significant cross-cultural differences for … Future research should include various explorations around messaging (eg, instead of sending out direct messages, a chatbot could be employed to …

Computer dating in the 1970s: Dateline and the making of the modern British single
Z Strimpel – Contemporary British History, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… 28 28. Similar anxieties have continued into the internet dating age, eg “How Online Chatbots are Already Tricking You.”View all notes. Yet from all this Dateline tried to stand apart, insisting it was modern in both method and in social purpose …

AFFECT AND BELIEVABILITY IN GAME CHARACTERS–A REVIEW OF THE USE OF AFFECTIVE COMPUTING IN GAMES
S Hamdy, D King – researchgate.net
… This includes various forms of software; chatbot, embodied conversational agents (ECA), virtual agents (VA), autonomous agents (AA), game companions, non-playing characters (NPC), extending to … 2009. “But That Was in Another Country: Agents and Intercultural Empathy.” In …

How do users respond to technostress? An empirical analysis of proactive and reactive coping
O Caroline, M Christian, L Sven – European Journal of …, 2017 – digitalization.rw.fau.eu
… Shareef M., Dwivedi Y., Laumer S., Archer N.: Citizens’ adoption behavior of mobile government (mGov): A cross-cultural study In: Information Systems Management 33 (2016), p. 268-283 ISSN: 1058-0530 DOI: 10.1080/10580530.2016.1188573 BibTeX: Download; …

There’sa troll on the information bridge! An exploratory study of deviant online behaviour impacts on tourism cosmopolitanism
A Tham, M Wang – Tourism Recreation Research, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
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Simultaneous Interpreting (SI): the Holy Grail of Artificial Intelligence–An SI Practitioner’s Perspective
A Zhang – Lebende Sprachen, 2017 – degruyter.com
AbstractSimultaneous Interpretation: a cognitive-pragmatic analysis.Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/305392001_Simultaneous_Interpretation_a_cognitive- pragmatic_analysis [accessed Jun 8, 2017].Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been become a …

Demands and Needs of an Everyday Mobility Assistant
R Roor, L Scatturin, M Karg, A Kirsch – 2017 – hal.archives-ouvertes.fr
… [11] investigate in the same topic but extended their survey with a prototype. A shop-assistant is created based on a chatbot that adjusts re- actions to human needs, acting similar to a real world shop assistant … 2008. A Cross-Cultural Evaluation of Domestic Assistive Robots …

Social media marketing
TL Tuten, MR Solomon – 2017 – books.google.com
… eg, Facebook, Instagram), then move on to publishing (eg, user-generated content and branded content marketing shared via blogs, vlogs, Tumblr, etc.), entertainment (eg, Candy Crush Saga, Spotify, YouTube), and finally commerce (eg, ratings/reviews, Groupon, chatbots) …

Chat Speed OP PogChamp: Practices of Coherence in Massive Twitch Chat
C Ford, D Gardner, LE Horgan, C Liu, B Nardi… – Proceedings of the …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… commands. These forms reduced the number of lexical items per message. For example, “!uptime” was a frequently used command answered by a chatbot that replied with the time the current stream event had been live. This …

New from Oxford University Press!
D Baran – 2017 – linguistlist.org
… Practices of Newly Literate Moroccan Women by Reddad Erguig. An Ethnography of Intercultural Communication: Analyzing facework and politeness strategies within code-switching by Yoichi Sato. A neural network model of …

The future of free speech, trolls, anonymity and fake news online
H Rainie, JQ Anderson, J Albright – 2017 – elon.edu
… content and contributors As billions more people are connected online and technologies such as AI chatbots, the Internet of Things, and virtual and augmented reality mature, complexity is always on the rise. Some respondents …

Persuasive computing: Feeling peer pressure from multiple computer agents
K Xu, M Lombard – Computers in Human Behavior, 2017 – Elsevier
… Considering that now media users have been exposed to multiple computing agents in their daily lives (eg, chat-bots, voice assistants, online forum robots), examining the persuasive effects of multiple computing agents would have both theoretical and practical implications …

Social Media Sentiment Analysis: Multilingual Methodology and Monolingual Application
?????????????? – 2017 – ynu.repo.nii.ac.jp
… automated sentiment classification, intercultural comparison, rhetoric detection, etc … As a representative technological achieve- ment of artificial intelligence, Chatbot has been in use for many years … However, one problem is that these chatbots do not appear to have emotions …

Learning and Collaboration Technologies. Technology in Education: 4th International Conference, LCT 2017, Held as Part of HCI International 2017 …
P Zaphiris, A Ioannou – 2017 – books.google.com
… nomics (EPCE 2017) • 11th International Conference on Universal Access in Human–Computer Interac- tion (UAHCI 2017) • 9th International Conference on Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality (VAMR 2017) • 9th International Conference on Cross-Cultural Design (CCD …

Stephan Ludwig
K de Ruyter – core.ac.uk
… content words, increase the diagnosticity of text mining tactics for studying communication across social channels. For example, many companies employ automated chatbots or dynamic website tools to adapt their conversational content automatically to particular …

An examination of the uses and gratifications of utilitarian and experiential online shoppers
M Spang – 2017 – scholarworks.rit.edu
… find information on their own. More recently, e-retailers have started to also implement chat bots on their websites, allowing customers the option to chat with a customer service representative or artificial intelligence bot. Customers …

Confronting Emerging New Technology: The Case of the Sexbots
RT McClelland – The Journal of Mind and Behavior, 2017 – researchgate.net
… films have been full of highly sophisticated artificial intelligence systems and social robots for a long time: think of the lovable droids C3PO and R2D2 in the Star Wars films (Robot Sex, p. 94); the terrifying “terminators” in that series of films; the female chatbot Samantha in Her …

Artificial Intelligence, Smart Assistants and the Role of Language Professionals
F Massion – Lebende Sprachen, 2017 – degruyter.com
AbstractThe article looks at the mechanisms of Artificial Intelligence related to the processing of human knowledge and natural language from a multilingual perspective. Undoubtedly, AI has made very impressing progresses in these areas, but they are unsatisfactory when it comes …

Platform of Platform business model for corporate training in China
X Zheng – 2017 – dspace.mit.edu
… 4 According to Forrester Research, by 2021, intelligent systems and robots may take up to 7% of US jobs.5 Smart systems, chat bots and humanoid robots could take over jobs that range from hotel employees and customer service reps to truck and taxi drivers …

Research methods for education in the digital age
M Savin-Baden, G Tombs – 2017 – books.google.com
… chatbots – Characters not controlled by a user within a virtual world or website. The chatbots are also known as ‘Non-Player Characters (NPCs)’ or pedagogical agents that can be commanded to do certain actions by the facilitator, such as moving around …

Moving beyond the virtual museum: Engaging visitors emotionally
S Perry, M Roussou, M Economou… – … on Virtual System & …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… visits; individual versus group experiences), different technological and mobility demands (eg, mobile-based delivery versus stationary PC- based), and different media assets and communicative priorities (eg, visualization via virtual reality versus chatting via chatbot) …

Identity in digital space: A phenomenological study with narrative therapy implications
N Hammond – 2017 – dt.athabascau.ca
… Early research in the field of technology and human interaction began with the use of chatbots or computer programs designed to follow a conversational structure and demonstrate human-like qualities similar to those present in FTF interactions (eg nod; …

Learning from North Carolina
F MORGAN – democracyfund.org
… These leaders could be important conveners of a statewide conversation about how to strengthen the news and information ecosystem for Latinos, and how to foster cross- cultural understanding through collaborations between Spanish-language and English- language media …

[DOC][DOC] The Changes of Salesperson’s Skills and Knowledge Caused by the Fourth Industrial Revolution
BCL Rodolphe – 2017 – dspace.spbu.ru
… administrative tasks. The emergence of Chatbots systems confirms the findings evoked by Frey and Benedikt, which ranked telemarketers as the most possible threaten job in their list, scoring a 99% of chance of computerisation. (Frey …

Situated Intelligent Interactive Systems
Z Yu – 2017 – lti.cs.cmu.edu
… well as in the Amazon Alexa Prize competition. I implemented a social chatbot system under the TickTock framework applying the SI framework. The system is also one of the six chatbots for the shared tasks in the RE-WOCHAT workshop at two international conferences: LREC …

Zhibo, Existential Territory, Inter-Media-Mundia: A Guattarian Analysis.
JPN Bradley – China Media Research, 2017 – search.ebscohost.com
… virtual real). Regarding the functor of flux (libido, signifier, capital, labor), the live streamer is embroiled within material streams of fleeting eyes and feet, traffic signals, train lines, station announcements, chat bots, streaming video …

A Psychology of User Experience: Involvement, Affect and Aesthetics
P Turner – 2017 – Springer
… 3 Other Social Beings….. 45 3.1 Origins ….. 47 3.2 Social Robots ….. 49 3.3 Digital Assistants and Chatbots ….. 60 3.4 Anthropomorphism ….. 62 3.5 Authentically Social? …. 67 …

An investigation on the detectability of deceptive intent about flying through verbal deception detection
B Kleinberg, G Nahari, A Arntz, B Verschuere – Collabra: Psychology, 2017 – collabra.org

Virtual worlds vs books and videos in history education
K Ijaz, A Bogdanovych, T Trescak – Interactive Learning …, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
Page 1. Virtual worlds vs books and videos in history education Kiran Ijaza, Anton Bogdanovychb and Tomas Trescakb aSchool of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia; bSchool of Computing …

Information Systems and Patient Empowerment: Role of Infomediaries in Health Decision Making
S Permwonguswa – 2017 – search.proquest.com
Page 1. INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND PATIENT EMPOWERMENT: ROLE OF INFOMEDIARIES IN HEALTH DECISION MAKING by SUMATE PERMWONGUSWA BBA, Assumption University, 1992 MBA, Assumption University, 1994 MS CIS, Assumption University, 2002 …

Possibilities to Improve Online Mental Health Treatment: Recommendations for Future Research and Developments
D Becker – researchgate.net
… This is the only paper found in the literature review that decries the use of statistical methods during the treatment. In addition, it is envisioned to include a chatbot into the system that could either provide the user help in choosing new content or provide basic conversations …

WAYS BEST PRACTICE IN BIG DATA CAN IMPROVE ESTONIAN YOUTH WORK
M Tamm – 2017 – digi.lib.ttu.ee
Page 1. TALLINN UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY School of Business and Governance Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance Maarja Tamm WAYS BEST PRACTICE IN BIG DATA CAN IMPROVE ESTONIAN YOUTH WORK Master’s thesis …

NMC/CoSN horizon report: 2017 K
A Freeman, SA Becker, M Cummins – 2017 – learntechlib.org
… every year. For example, both mobile and online learning today are not what they were yesterday. Virtual reality, chatbots, and immersive apps have added more functionality and greater potential for learning. The NMC Horizon …

Technologically Mediated Identity: Personal Computers, Online Aliases, and Japanese Robots
S Pasfield-Neofitou – Reconstructing Identity, 2017 – Springer
… SimSimi (derived from the Korean for “bored”) http://www.simsimi.com/ is a conversation program available as an iPhone/Android app that allows users to teach it new phrases when it does not know how to respond. A search for “chat bot” will yield many other examples. 6 …

Identifying effective affective email responses
E Huijzer – 2017 – science.vu.nl
… customer affect after an email conversation with CS. The outcome of this study could aid in automatically generating email responses and measuring the performance of a chatbot platform. I would like to thank my supervisor …

Decoding Technology Acceptance in Education: A Cultural Studies Contribution
C Stockman – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. ROUTLEDGE RESEARCH IN EDUCATION Decoding Technology Acceptance in Education A Cultural Sudies Contribution Caroline Stockmon Page 2. The origins of technology acceptance research have often been …

Bites” n” Bits: Eating Behavior in Context from Mobile Data
JI Biel, N Martin, D Labbe, D Gatica-Perez – 2017 – infoscience.epfl.ch
Page 1. 39 Bites’n’Bits: Eating Behavior in Context from Mobile Data JOAN-ISAAC BIEL, Ecole Polytechique Fédérale de Lausanne NATHALIE MARTIN, Consumer Science & Applied Nutrition Department, Nestlé Research Center …

THEMES Contents
J Ohlmeyer, P O’Mahony, BA Becker, J Kitt, B Maguire… – educationmatters.ie
Page 1. THEMES Ireland’s movement towards Europe and away from the UK is a game changer. Page 2. Impact of Brexit on Research and Education 31 Jane Ohlmeyer Rethinking Foreign Language Proficiency 37 Pat O’Mahony Artificial Intelligence in Education 42 …

Cypris Village: Language Learning in Virtual Worlds
JP DuQuette – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… One particular area that requires research is that of online virtual world communities. These communities have been purported to offer a potential nexus of language learning, cultural immersion, new media, intercultural encounters, role-play, Page 17. 4 …

Library instruction and information literacy 2016
L Reynolds, A Willenborg, S McClellan… – Reference Services …, 2017 – emeraldinsight.com

Customer service training 101: quick and easy techniques that get great results
R Evenson – 2017 – books.google.com
… We are living in an era in which technology is moving at such a rapid pace it can make our heads spin trying to keep up with the latest develop- ments. AI (artificial intelligence) chatbots are beginning to play a role in handling rudimentary customer service needs …

Form, Function and Etiquette–Potential Users’ Perspectives on Social Domestic Robots
D Dereshev, D Kirk – Multimodal Technologies and Interaction, 2017 – mdpi.com
Social Domestic Robots (SDRs) will soon be launched en masse among commercial markets. Previously, social robots only inhabited scientific labs; now there is an opportunity to conduct experiments to investigate human-robot relationships (including user expectations of social …

Internet of robotic things: converging sensing/actuating, hypoconnectivity, artificial intelligence and IoT Platforms
O Vermesan, A Bröring, E Tragos, M Serrano, D Bacciu… – 2017 – diva-portal.org
… being augmented by virtual objects [18]. 4.2.6 Voice Recognition, Voice Control Today, the conversational interfaces are focused on chatbots and microphone- enabled devices. The development of IoRT applications and the …

Zen of Facticity: Bull, Ox or Otherwise?
A Judge – 2017 – laetusinpraesens.org
Herding facts and their alternatives in a post-truth-era.

Designing Computer Mediated Communication Through Alternatives: Digital Ephemerality, Content De-Emphasis and Their Implications
B Xu – 2017 – search.proquest.com
… University between 2012 and 2017. At Cornell, he worked in the Re-Imagination Lab led by Professor Dan Cosley, the Intercultural Communication Lab led by Professor Susan R. Fussell and the Social Media Lab led by Professor Natalie Bazarova …

Arvia’juaq National Historic Site: A Case Study on Heritage and Virtual Tourism in the Canadian Arctic
MC Porter – 2017 – prism.ucalgary.ca
Page 1. UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Arvia’juaq National Historic Site: A Case Study on Heritage and Virtual Tourism in the Canadian Arctic by Mary Cecilia Porter A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES …

We like to talk about smell: A worldly take on language, sensory experience, and the Internet
M Ala? – Semiotica, 2017 – degruyter.com
AbstractWestern languages have been marked by their lack of specialized vocabulary to express odor qualities, and thus it is stated that it is difficult – if not impossible – to talk about smell. To engage the issue of olfactory ineffability, this paper turns to actual instances of textual renderings …

Here Comes Everyone: Anthropology And World Affairs
P Ralph – 2017 – books.google.com
… This means gorillas are not the most advanced life-form on earth either. Modern computers can talk and as artificial intelligence programs become more sophisticated it becomes harder to tell what is a “chatbot” (a conversation program) and what is not …

The WPA-Lancet Psychiatry Commission on the Future of Psychiatry
D Bhugra, A Tasman, S Pathare, S Priebe, S Smith… – The Lancet …, 2017 – Elsevier

Introduction to Human Factors and Ergonomics
R Bridger – 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Page 2. Introduction to Human Factors and Ergonomics Fourth Edition Page 3. Page 4. Introduction to Human Factors and Ergonomics Fourth Edition RS Bridger Page 5. CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group 6000 Broken …

The acceleration of cultural change: from ancestors to algorithms
RA Bentley, MJ O’Brien – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. THEAC CE LE RATION OF CULTURAL CHANGE FROM ANCES TO RS TO ALGOR THMS R. ALEXANDER BENT LEY AND MICHAEL J. O’B RIEN Page 2. Page 3. THE ACCELERATION OF CULTURAL CHANGE Page 4 …

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