Computational Humor


Computational Humor

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Computational humor K Binsted, A Nijholt, O Stock… – Intelligent Systems, …, 2006 – ieeexplore.ieee.org No, this is no April Fool’s prank. Computer scientists at labs around the world are conducting serious research into… humor. Although it might seem whimsical, many excellent reasons exist to take a closer look at this fascinating aspect of human cognition and interaction. … Cited by 40 Related articles All 22 versions

Computational humour: Utilizing cross-reference ambiguity for conversational jokes HW Tinholt, A Nijholt – Applications of Fuzzy Sets Theory, 2007 – Springer Abstract This paper presents a computer implementation that utilizes cross-reference ambiguity in utterances for simple conversational jokes. The approach is based on the SSTH. Using a simple script representation, it is shown that cross-reference ambiguities … Cited by 24 Related articles All 20 versions

Hahacronym: A computational humor system O Stock, C Strapparava – Proceedings of the ACL 2005 on Interactive …, 2005 – dl.acm.org Abstract Computational humor will be needed in interfaces, no less than other cognitive capabilities. There are many practical settings where computational humor will add value. Among them there are: business world applications (such as advertisement, e-commerce, … Cited by 15 Related articles All 11 versions

A practical application of computational humour G Ritchie, R Manurung, H Pain, A Waller… – … on Computational …, 2007 – doc.gold.ac.uk Abstract The past 15 years has seen the development of a number of programs which perform tasks in the area of humour, but these have been exploratory research prototypes, usually on a very small scale, and none of them interacted with users. Amongst those … Cited by 21 Related articles All 12 versions

Humorist bot: bringing computational humour in a chat-bot system A Augello, G Saccone, S Gaglio… – Complex, Intelligent and …, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract A conversational agent, capable to have a “sense of humour” is presented. The agent can both generate humorous sentences and recognize humoristic expressions introduced by the user during the dialogue. HumoristBot makes use of well founded … Cited by 13 Related articles All 5 versions

Computational Humor: Beyond the Pun CF Hempelmann – The Primer of Humor Research, 2008 – books.google.com When Apple introduced OS 9 in 1999, it included many pioneering features, among them a speech recognition and generation system that could tell jokes A child of its time, it is a very basic system that reacts to the recognition of the spoken command “computer, tell me … Cited by 12 Related articles

Learning to laugh (automatically): Computational models for humor recognition R Mihalcea, C Strapparava – Computational Intelligence, 2006 – Wiley Online Library Humor is one of the most interesting and puzzling aspects of human behavior. Despite the attention it has received in fields such as philosophy, linguistics, and psychology, there have been only few attempts to create computational models for humor recognition or … Cited by 66 Related articles All 5 versions

Does it matter if a computer jokes P Khooshabeh, C McCall, S Gandhe, J Gratch… – CHI’11 Extended …, 2011 – dl.acm.org Abstract The goal here was to determine whether computer interfaces are capable of social influence via humor. Users interacted with a natural language capable virtual agent that told persuasive information, and they were given the option to use information from the … Cited by 9 Related articles

Computational humour C Strapparava, O Stock, R Mihalcea – Emotion-oriented systems, 2011 – Springer Abstract Computational humour is a challenge with connections and implications in many artificial intelligence areas, including natural language processing, intelligent human– computer interaction, and reasoning, as well as in other fields such as cognitive science, … Cited by 8 Related articles All 3 versions

Laughing with hahacronym, a computational humor system O Stock, C Strapparava – … CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, 2006 – aaai.org Abstract Computational humor is a challenge with implications for many classical fields in AI such as, for example, natural language processing, intelligent human-computer interaction, reasoning, not to mention cognitive science, linguistics and psychology. In this paper we … Cited by 5 Related articles All 4 versions

Computer, Tell Me a Joke… but Please Make it Funny: Computational Humor with Ontological Semantics. C Hempelmann, V Raskin, KE Triezenberg – FLAIRS Conference, 2006 – aaai.org Abstract Computational humor is a subdiscipline of computational linguistics with applications in human computer interfaces, edutainment, affective computing, intelligent agents, and other areas. Based on ontological semantics, we develop the resources and … Cited by 4 Related articles All 4 versions

Making computers laugh: Investigations in automatic humor recognition R Mihalcea, C Strapparava – Proceedings of the Conference on Human …, 2005 – dl.acm.org Abstract Humor is one of the most interesting and puzzling aspects of human behavior. Despite the attention it has received in fields such as philosophy, linguistics, and psychology, there have been only few attempts to create computational models for humor … Cited by 45 Related articles All 22 versions

Responding to critical moments with humor, recognition, and hope J Forester – Negotiation Journal, 2004 – Wiley Online Library Having “a sense of humor” when negotiations get tough has very little to do with being funny. Enacting rather than claiming, performing rather than arguing, mediators’ humor reveals multiple meanings and uncertainties, multiple perspectives and their limits, and parties’ … Cited by 30 Related articles

From humor recognition to irony detection: The figurative language of social media A Reyes, P Rosso, D Buscaldi – Data & Knowledge Engineering, 2012 – Elsevier The research described in this paper is focused on analyzing two playful domains of language: humor and irony, in order to identify key values components for their automatic processing. In particular, we are focused on describing a model for recognizing these … Cited by 27 Related articles All 4 versions

Humor and Computer Games: Play, Laugh, and More—A Review C Dormann, R Biddle – Simulation & gaming, 2009 – sag.sagepub.com Abstract Computer games are now becoming ways to communicate, teach, and influence attitudes and behavior. In this article, we address the role of humor in computer games, especially in support of serious purposes. We begin with a review of the main theories of … Cited by 19 Related articles All 6 versions

Computational detection of humor: A dream or a nightmare? the ontological semantics approach JM Taylor – Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE/WIC/ACM International …, 2009 – dl.acm.org Abstract This paper deals with computational detection of humor. It assumes that computational humor is a useful task for any number of reasons and in many applications. It discusses the computational linguistic/semantic precondi¬ tions for computational humor … Cited by 2 Related articles All 4 versions

Humor: Prosody analysis and automatic recognition for f* r* i* e* n* d* s* A Purandare, D Litman – Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on …, 2006 – dl.acm.org Abstract We analyze humorous spoken conversations from a classic comedy television show, FRIENDS, by examining acoustic-prosodic and linguistic features and their utility in automatic humor recognition. Using a simple annotation scheme, we automatically label … Cited by 13 Related articles All 8 versions

Computational models for incongruity detection in humour R Mihalcea, C Strapparava, S Pulman – Computational Linguistics and …, 2010 – Springer Abstract Incongruity resolution is one of the most widely accepted theories of humour, suggesting that humour is due to the mixing of two disparate interpretation frames in one statement. In this paper, we explore several computational models for incongruity … Cited by 12 Related articles All 6 versions

Some experiments in humour recognition using the italian wikiquote collection D Buscaldi, P Rosso – Applications of Fuzzy Sets Theory, 2007 – Springer Abstract In this paper we present some results obtained in humour classification over a corpus of Italian quotations manually extracted and tagged from the Wikiquote project. The experiments were carried out using both a multinomial Naïve Bayes classifier and a … Cited by 9 Related articles All 8 versions

Towards informal computer human communication: detecting humor in a restricted domain JM Taylor – 2008 – rave.ohiolink.edu Abstract The dissertation presents a computational humor detector designed to look at any one of 200 short texts (100 jokes and 100 non-jokes) and to determine whether the text is a joke or not. This is accomplished on the basis of meaning recognition by the computer … Cited by 10 Related articles All 4 versions

Humorized Computational Intelligence towards User-Adapted Systems with a Sense of Humor P Dybala, M Ptaszynski, R Rzepka, K Araki – Applications of Evolutionary …, 2009 – Springer Abstract This paper investigates the role of humor in non-task oriented (topic restriction free) human-computer dialogue, as well as the correlation between humor and emotions elicited by it in users. A joke-telling conversational system, constructed for the needs of this … Cited by 6 Related articles All 8 versions

The impact of semantic and morphosyntactic ambiguity on automatic humour recognition A Reyes, D Buscaldi, P Rosso – Natural language processing and …, 2010 – Springer Abstract Humour is one of the most amazing characteristics that defines us as human beings and social entities. Its study supposes a deep insight into several areas such as linguistics, psychology or philosophy. From the Natural Language Processing (NLP) perspective, … Cited by 7 Related articles All 7 versions

Laughter abounds in the mouths of computers: Investigations in automatic humor recognition R Mihalcea, C Strapparava – Intelligent Technologies for Interactive …, 2005 – Springer Abstract Humor is an aspect of human behavior considered essential for inter-personal communication. Despite this fact, research in human-computer interaction has almost completely neglected aspects concerned with the automatic recognition or generation of … Cited by 6 Related articles All 7 versions

Computer Model of a” Sense of Humour”. I. General Algorithm IM Suslov – arXiv preprint arXiv:0711.2058, 2007 – arxiv.org Abstract: A computer model of a” sense of humour” is proposed. The humorous effect is interpreted as a specific malfunction in the course of information processing due to the need for the rapid deletion of the false version transmitted into consciousness. The biological … Cited by 6 Related articles All 7 versions

Computational recognition of humor in a focused domain JM TAYLOR – 2004 – rave.ohiolink.edu Abstract With advancing developments of artificial intelligence, humor researchers have begun to look at approaches for computational humor. Although there appears to be no complete computational model for recognizing verbally expressed humor, it may be … Cited by 5 Related articles All 5 versions

Computational Humor: Promises and Pitfalls. JC Simon – AAAI Fall Symposium: Artificial Intelligence of Humor, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract Creating an AI device that is both easy to control and comfortable to interact with will likely require algorithms for accurately interpreting conversational speech. Homonyms and homophones represent a particular challenge in this regard, thus the study of puns … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

Natural language cognition of humor by humans and computers: a computational semantic approach JM Taylor, V Raskin – … & Cognitive Computing (ICCI* CC), 2013 …, 2013 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract—This paper deals with a contribution of computational analysis of verbal humor to natural language cognition. After a brief introduction to the growing area of computational humor and of its roots in humor theories, it describes and compares the results of a human … Cited by 1 Related articles

Applied computational humor and prospects for advertising A Bundy, S Wilson – Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and …, 2006 – books.google.com Abstract. Humor is an important mechanism for communicating new ideas and change perspectives. On the cognitive side humor has two very important properties: it helps getting and keeping people’s attention and it helps remembering. This qualities have made it an … Cited by 1 Related articles All 7 versions

An Investigation into Computational Recognition of Children’s Jokes. JM Taylor, LJ Mazlack – … CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, 2007 – aaai.org The purpose of this paper is to describe an investigation into an ontology-based computational recognition of children’s jokes. While humor has been studied for centuries, computational humor has received very little attention. This may in part be due to the … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Interactive computer generation of jokes for language skill development R Manurung, A Low, L Trujillo-Dennis… – … Society for Humor …, 2004 – groups.inf.ed.ac.uk In order to develop their communication skills, children need to be able to experiment with language. One way to achieve this is through the use of humour, particularly wordplay such as puns. However, children with language difficulties have limited opportunities for such … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

An analysis of the impact of ambiguity on automatic humour recognition A Reyes, D Buscaldi, P Rosso – Text, Speech and Dialogue, 2009 – Springer Abstract One of the most amazing characteristics that defines the human being is humour. Its analysis implies a set of subjective and fuzzy factors, such as the linguistic, psychological or sociological variables that produce it. This is one of the reasons why its automatic … Cited by 3 Related articles All 8 versions

Affect-based features for humour recognition A Reyes, P Rosso, D Buscaldi – Proceedings of the 7th …, 2009 – repository.dlsi.ua.es Abstract The actual trends in NLP are focusing on analysing knowledge beyond the language: moods, sentiments, attitudes, etc. In this paper we focused on studying the importance of affectiveness information for humour recognition. Several experiments were … Cited by 3 Related articles All 2 versions

Humor support in synchronous computer-mediated classroom discussions I Vandergriff, C Fuchs – 2012 – degruyter.com Abstract Computer-mediated communication (CMC), more than other media, has been associated with humor and joking (eg, Crystal 2001, 2005; Danet 1998, 2001; del-Teso- Craviotto 2006; Fisher et al. 2000; Georgakopoulou 2005; Hancock 2004; Herring 1999, … Cited by 3 Related articles

Critical moments in negotiations: On humor and irony, recognition and hope J Forester, U Johansson… – Irony and Organizations: …, 2005 – instruct1.cit.cornell.edu Abstract Having “a sense of humor” when negotiations get tough has very little to do with being funny. Enacting rather than claiming, performing rather than arguing, mediators’ use of irony and humor reveals multiple meanings and uncertainties, multiple perspectives and … Cited by 3 Related articles All 3 versions

Computer recollections: Events, humor, and happenings WF Bauer – IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, 2007 – computer.org My entry into the electronic computer field was totally fortuitous. I had no inkling I was to become part of a new culture, a small group of technologists who actually knew how these powerful machines worked and could make them do their bidding—a culture whose … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Dissecting the frog: computational approaches to humor perception N Srinivasan, V Pariyadath – Advances in cognitive science, 2008 – books.google.com Research on humour perception has been carried out extensively under domains such as psychology, linguistics and artificial intelligence. One of the main approaches to study humour is the computational approach, which includes writing programs that process … Cited by 1 Related articles

Humour Theory and Conversational Agents: An Application in the Development of Computer-based Agents M Meany, T Clark – International Journal of the Humanities, 2010 – vuir.vu.edu.au Much of the literature on the development of conversational agents comes from the domain of Human Computer Interaction (HCI)(Buchanan 2008; Cassell et al. 2000; Laurel 1993; Reeves and Nass 1996). The Computers Are Social Actors (CASA) paradigm suggests … Cited by 1 Related articles All 8 versions

Making players laugh: the value of humour in computer games C Dormann, R Biddle – Proceedings of the 2007 conference on Future …, 2007 – dl.acm.org Abstract Humour is an important aspect of human communication and interaction, and it has cognitive, social, and affective functions. Yet there seems little humour in videogames, even while Machinima draws strongly on comical principles. Humour seems to be an important … Cited by 1 Related articles

All the Essays Written——Zhang Ai-ling Sparkled with Wit and Humor [J] SHI Yong-xiu – Journal of North University of China. Social …, 2005 – en.cnki.com.cn Wit and humor of the essay mean vitality or inspiration and emotion. Zhang Ai-ling’s essays are full of wit and humor that are reflected in the following three respects: first, her descriptions of trivialities of ordinary lives and minor details of common customs are full of … Cited by 1 Related articles

Multiple component computational recognition of children’s jokes JM Taylor, LJ Mazlack – … Man and Cybernetics, 2007. ISIC. IEEE …, 2007 – ieeexplore.ieee.org Abstract An overview of a model for computational recognition of short jokes that are based on phonological similarity of words is presented. The jokes are taken from joke books. The model takes into account orthographic, phonological and semantic representation of … Cited by 1 Related articles

Conceptions of Humor: Lakota (Sioux), Koestlerian, and Computational BG Purzycki – 2006 – digitalcommons.unl.edu Abstract The Lakota (Sioux) sacred clowns (heyoka) of traditional religious practice offer a glimpse of the clown phenomenon found in many of the world’s indigenous traditions. By illustrating the unified Lakota and Western conceptions of humor, the logic of how … Cited by 1 Related articles

Design Dramaturgy: A Case Study in New Media, Humor and Artificial Intelligence M Meany, T Clark – The International Journal of Design in …, 2012 – ijg.cgpublisher.com Theater has provided a metaphoric lexicon to describe production in the new media environment (Laurel 1993). We call the production space a “stage,” the programmatic commands are a “script,” and we write “actions” to control our “cast” of symbols. These terms are usually … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

A Step Towards Emotion Aware Joking AI: Multiagent Humor-Equipped Conversational System. P Dybala, M Ptaszynski, K Sayama – 2012 – books.google.com Abstract. Humor processing is quite an innovative area in intelligent agent technologies. In this chapter we present the results of our work on a multiagent joking conversational system, Which is able to use humor during non-constrained conversations with humans, in … Cited by 1 Related articles All 6 versions

Humor in Print Health Advertisements: Enhanced Attention, Privileged Recognition, and Persuasiveness of Preventive Messages N Blanc, E Brigaud – Health communication, 2014 – Taylor & Francis This study tested the effect of humor in one particular type of print advertisement: the preventive health ads for three topics (alcohol, tobacco, obesity). Previous research using commercial ads demonstrated that individuals’ attention is spontaneously attracted by … Cited by 1 Related articles All 3 versions

Beyond Conventional Recognition: Concept of a Conversational System Utilizing Metaphor Misunderstanding as a Source of Humor P Dybala, M Ptaszynski, R Rzepka… – … Artificial Intelligence ( …, 2012 – researchgate.net On this basis, we propose a research project aimed to construct a humorous metaphor misunderstandings generator, which will be implemented into a non-task oriented conversational system (chatterbot). The system, named HumMeR, takes as an input … Cited by 1 Related articles All 4 versions

Preface: Artificial Intelligence of Humor—Computational Humor V Raskin, JM Taylor – 2012 AAAI Fall Symposium Series, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract The general goal of the symposium was to advance the state of the art in the direction of developing an AI system (the system) capable of understanding the mechanism of a joke at a level sufficient for providing a punch line to a human generated setup (even …

Creativity and Computational Humor O Stock – Computational Humor 2012, 2012 – doc.utwente.nl In The Act of Creation [5], Arthur Koestler devotes a good deal of attention to humor, identified as one of the highest expressions of human creativity. Creativity is a fundamental attribute of the human species. Yet, currently the increase of computer capabilities is … Related articles All 6 versions

A Little Metatheory: Thought on What aTheory of Computational Humor Should Look Like. V Raskin – AAAI Fall Symposium: Artificial Intelligence of Humor, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract This exercise in metatheory presents what any theory consists of and what properties it should have. It, then, adjust the general recipe to a theory of humor and computational humor. In this light, it reviews the state of the art in computational humor … Related articles All 2 versions

Computational Humour for Creative Naming G Ozbal, C Strapparava – Computational Humor 2012, 2012 – doc.utwente.nl A catchy, memorable and funny name is an important key to a successful business since the name provides the first image and defines the identity of the service to be promoted. A good name is able to state the area of competition and communicate the promise given to … Related articles All 6 versions

Computational Humor 2012: extended abstacts of the (3rd international) Workshop on computational Humor A Nijholt – 2012 – doc.utwente.nl Like its predecessors in 1996 (University of Twente, the Netherlands) and 2002 (ITC-irst, Trento, Italy), this Third International Workshop on Computational Humor (IWCH 2012) focusses on the possibility to find algorithms that allow understanding and generation of … Related articles All 8 versions

Computational Humour JW Tinholt – 2007 – hmi.ewi.utwente.nl Abstract Humour plays an important role in human conversations. People use humour to keep a conversation pleasant, to provide some relaxation during a discussion and to cover up mistakes and misunderstandings. Embodied Conversational Agents (ECAs) that are … Related articles All 2 versions

Laugh to me: exploring computational humour AFR de Carvalho – 2012 – fenix.tecnico.ulisboa.pt Abstract The Artificial Intelligence community has shown an increasing interest in Interactive Storytelling. However most of the efforts have been in the drama genre. Attempts at designing comedy systems acted by autonomous agents have been scarce, even though … Related articles All 2 versions

Preface to Computational Humor 2012 A Nijholt – 2012 – eprints.eemcs.utwente.nl Abstract Like its predecessors in 1996 (University of Twente, the Netherlands) and 2002 (ITC-irst, Trento, Italy), this Third International Workshop on Computational Humor (IWCH 2012) focusses on the possibility to find algorithms that allow understanding and … Related articles All 4 versions

Towards the Cognitive Informatics of Natural Language: The Case of Computational Humor JM Taylor, V Raskin – … Journal of Cognitive Informatics and Natural …, 2013 – igi-global.com Abstract This paper deals with a contribution of computational analysis of verbal humor to natural language cognition. After a brief introduction to the growing area of computational humor and of its roots in humor theories, it describes and compares the results of a human … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

On Computational Humor JM Taylor, LJ Mazlack – Potentials, IEEE, 2010 – ieeexplore.ieee.org 10 IEEE POTENTIALS name, the computer moves on to the next query. After a series of questions and answers, the human being begins to believe that communication is taking place. In reality, the computer is simply following a script, and it does not even begin to … All 2 versions

Nosebleed! Untangling the String of Inday Jokes in Computer-Mediated Communication AWH Dauz – Far Eastern University Communication Journal, 2010 – ejournals.ph Abstract Computer-mediated technologies like SMS (Short Messaging Service) and the Internet have constructed an identity for the Filipina housemaid in the form of “Inday jokes”. Inday is depicted as knowledgeable, with a good command of the English language and a … Related articles

On the Identification of Humor Markers in Computer-Mediated Communication. AC Adams – AAAI Fall Symposium: Artificial Intelligence of Humor, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract This study presents a quantitative analysis of humor markers in computer-mediated communication (CMC). The data for this analysis consists of naturally occurring asynchronous CMC interactions from a public fan forum. Posts were tagged and coded as … Related articles All 2 versions

[BOOK] The Computer Zone: Jokes, Riddles, Tongue Twisters and Daffynitions G Chmielewski – 2009 – books.google.com Book contains 100 technology-themed jokes, tongue twisters and” Daffynitions.” Backmatter includes creative writing information and exercises. After completing the exercises, the reader is encouraged to write their own jokes and submit them for web site posting and …

Constructions for Joke Recognition. LM Stuart – AAAI Fall Symposium: Artificial Intelligence of Humor, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract The notion of constructions, from Construction Grammar, is borrowed for use in joke recognition by a knowledge-based computational text analysis system. The joke recognizer is a proposed addition to an existing text analysis framework, Ontological Semantic … Related articles All 2 versions

Funny AI puts jokes in your apps P Marks – New Scientist, 2012 – Elsevier As anyone who has used them knows, text prediction systems in phones, search engines and word processors often get things wrong, sometimes hilariously. A team led by Alessandro Valitutti at the University of Helsinki in Finland want to harness that to liven up …

A New Form of Humor Mapping Constraint-Based Computational Morphologies to a Finite-State Representation A Novák – lrec-conf.org Abstract MorphoLogic’s Humor morphological analyzer engine has been used for the development of several high-quality computational morphologies, among them ones for complex agglutinative languages. However, Humor’s closed source licensing scheme has … Related articles

[BOOK] Humor markers in computer-mediated communication A Adams – 2012 – gradworks.umi.com Abstract: This study investigates the ways in which individuals signal humorous intent in text- based computer-mediated communication (CMC). Due to the lack of nonverbal and contextual cues that are otherwise present in face-to-face (FtF) interactions, CMC has …

A Study Of Humour In Computer Games E Aarseth, G Calleja – Foundations, 2010 – kavliwashere.com For hundreds of years, humans have immersed themselves in different forms of media from literature to television. In all these, humour has had its own way of being expressed through the varying media that have been available at the time. With the emergence and … Related articles All 2 versions

… in Humour to Determine Practical Design Methods for Systems That Create and/or Detect Humour in Video Games, Robots and other Forms of Artificial Intelligence C Molineux – Intelligent Technologies for Interactive Entertainment, 2014 – Springer Abstract There have been numerous attempts to understand humour’s nature and meanings and a few attempts to formalize the sum of this knowledge but the practical aspects of humour recognition and creation have not been given the same level of attention. In a 14 …

Brain computer interfacing using humour and memory recall A Izzidien, MA Roula, S Mallipudi, SKC Ogirala… – Neural Information …, 2012 – Springer Abstract Many Brain computer interfaces use active mental tasks such as a user’s imagined hand movement to generate a signature EEG signal calibrated to a specific command. This is often specific to the individual who has trained the BCI (Brain Computer Interface) over … Related articles All 3 versions

Linguistic-based patterns for figurative language processing: the case of humor recognition and irony detection A Reyes Pérez – 2012 – riunet.upv.es El lenguaje figurado representa una de las tareas más difíciles del procesamiento del lenguaje natural. A diferencia del lenguaje literal, el lenguaje figurado hace uso de recursos lingüísticos tales como la ironía, el humor, el sarcasmo, la metáfora, la analogía, entre … Related articles All 4 versions

… Kay: Transforming the Computer into a Communication Medium; Apr-Jun 07 18-30 Bauer, WF Computer Recollections: Events, Humor, and Happenings [Anecdotes]; … M Aloisio, D Anderson, W Aspray, P Eckstein… – ieeexplore.ieee.org Oxford-Cambridge arc [Local Area Networking]. Geselowitz, MN, Apr-Jun 07 78-79 PC software—spreadsheets for everyone. Ceruzzi, P.,+, Jul-Sep 07 4-5 recollections: developing Lotus 1-2-3. Sachs, J., Jul-Sep 07 41-48 studying the role of IT in the evolution … All 2 versions

Computer program “gets” jokes M Reilly – New Scientist, 2007 – Elsevier A MAN walks into a bar: “Ouch!” You might not find it funny, but at least you got the joke. That’s more than can be said for computers, which, despite radical advances in artificial intelligence, remain notably devoid of a funny bone. … Previously AI researchers have …

Computer Model of a” Sense of Humour”. II. Realization in Neural Networks IM Suslov – arXiv preprint arXiv:0711.2061, 2007 – arxiv.org Abstract: The computer realization of a” sense of humour” requires the creation of an algorithm for solving the” linguistic problem”, ie the problem of recognizing a continuous sequence of polysemantic images. Such algorithm may be realized in the Hopfield model … Related articles All 4 versions

Comity Concerns Are No Joke: Recognition of Foreign Judgments Under Dormant Foreign Affairs Preemption MP Epstein – Fordham Law Review, 2014 – ir.lawnet.fordham.edu Abstract This Note gives the legal background of the doctrine of dormant foreign affairs preemption, examines the laws governing the recognition of foreign judgments under the lens of dormant foreign affairs preemption, and argues that courts should adopt an … Related articles All 2 versions

GraPHIA: a computational model for identifying phonological jokes N Srinivasan, V Pariyadath – Cognitive processing, 2009 – Springer Abstract Currently in humor research, there exists a dearth of computational models for humor perception. The existing theories are not quantifiable and efforts need to be made to quantify the models and incorporate neuropsychological findings in humor research. We … Related articles All 9 versions

Humour in teaching mathematics and computer science courses–yes or no? I Durdevic, AM Moguš, A Katalenic – MATHEMATICS TEACHING FOR THE FUTURE – ERIC Abstract. The aim of this study was to examine the role of humor in teaching mathematics and computer science courses at Faculty of Teacher Education in Osijek. The paper explores whether the humor is used and in which intensity it is used as an effective mean … Related articles

Did you hear the one about the computer with a sense of humour? M Buchanan – New Scientist, 2007 – Elsevier DID you hear the one about the computer with a sense of humour? Didn’t think so. Computers can do many things, but stand-up comedy is not one of them. Yet the idea that computers can be witty might not be all that far-fetched. Perhaps machines need not be conscious to …

Linguistic-based patterns for figurative language processing: the case of humor recognition and irony detection AR Pérez – 2012 – dialnet.unirioja.es Abstract Figurative language represents one of the most difficult tasks regarding natural language processing. Unlike literal language, figurative language takes advantage of linguistic devices such as irony, humor, sarcasm, metaphor, analogy, and so on, in order … Related articles All 9 versions

Experimental Standards in Research on AI and Humor When Considering Psychology. T Platt, J Hofmann, W Ruch, R Niewiadomski… – … : Artificial Intelligence of …, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract Based on recent experiences between a laughing virtual agent and a human user at the intersection AI and humor and laughter, this paper aims to highlight some of the psychological considerations, when conducting AI and humor experiments. The … Related articles All 7 versions

Humor Recognition in Psychiatric Patients and Artificial Intelligence. A Ivanova – AAAI Fall Symposium: Artificial Intelligence of Humor, 2012 – aaai.org Abstract Patients with schizophrenia are characterized by humor recognition deficit which is connected with their cognitive disorder such as inability to filter out irrelevant stimuli. As soon as patients with schizotypal and affective disorders easily recognize humor, this may be … Related articles All 2 versions

… topics such as morphology, parsing, semantics, and creativity. In recent years, he has helped to pioneer the computer modelling of verbal humour. He is a … G Ritchie – 67.11.16.240 This book starts from three observations. First, the use of humour is a complex, puzzling, and idiosyncratically human form of behaviour (and hence is of scientific interest). Second, there is currently no theory of how humour works. Third, one useful step towards a theory of … Related articles All 2 versions