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Heteronomous humans and autonomous agents: Toward artificial relational intelligence
HR Ekbia – Beyond Artificial Intelligence, 2015 – Springer
… what I call Artificial Relational Intelligence. Keywords: artificial relational intelligence, substantivism, relational- ism, Eliza Effect, autonomous system, modernism, morality. 1 Introduction On February 16, 2011, law enforcement …

Reflective rereading and the simcity effect in interactive stories
A Mitchell – International Conference on Interactive Digital …, 2015 – Springer
… 5 The Walking Dead and the Eliza Effect. The Walking Dead (Season 1) is a graphical adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world … 5.3 The Eliza Effect: No Motivation for Reflective Rereading. What is happening here is an example of the “Eliza” effect …

Tacit knowledge
AM Walker – European journal of epidemiology, 2017 – Springer
… Weizenbaum rejected the praise. A few researchers joined him in claiming that that an “ELIZA effect” was even clouding the critical assessment of AI [5]. Eventually, Weizenbaum’s persistent denunciations of the illusion led him to be viewed as an obstructionist, even a crank [6] …

Tying It Together: Developing a Larger Ruby Application
P Cooper – Beginning Ruby, 2016 – Springer
… bored?” or “Why are you bored?” This form of bouncing back the user’s input seems crude when described in this way, but people are often fooled into believing they’re talking to something more intelligent simply because of its reflective nature (this is known as the ELIZA effect) …

3 The shape of tweets to come: Automating language play in social networks
T Veale – Multiple Perspectives on Language Play, 2017 – books.google.com
… This Eliza effect (see Weizenbaum 1966; Hofstadter 1995) is especially pronounced in the coining of would-be metaphors, leading Milic to note “how readily we accept metaphor as an alternative to calling a sentence nonsensical.”@ MetaphorMinute and other aleatoric bots …

Can machines think? A report on Turing test experiments at the Royal Society
K Warwick, H Shah – Journal of experimental & Theoretical artificial …, 2016 – Taylor & Francis

Expressive Processing: Interpretation and Creation
NG Wardrip-Fruin – 2018 – cloudfront.escholarship.org
… address. EXPRESSIVE PROCESSING 457 Page 7. The three “effects” I outline in Expressive Processing might guide computational media creators. The first, the “Eliza effect,” was already widely discussed before the book. It …

Trust and Decision Making in Turing’s Imitation Game
H Shah, K Warwick – … of Information Science and Technology, Fourth …, 2018 – igi-global.com
… almost 30% of the time: in 24 tests Eugene Goostmanwas not cor- rectly classified as the machine in 7 tests (Table 4). In four of Eugene Goostman’smachine-human simultaneoustests the machine was wrongly clas- sified as the human – instances of the Eliza effect (Turkle, 1997 …

Shifting Paradigms and Conceptual Frameworks for Automated Driving
P Reilhac, N Millett, K Hottelart – Road Vehicle Automation 3, 2016 – Springer
… But does a humanizing of technology mean that it has to literally and physically become humanlike [24]? The Eliza Effect suggests that as the car demonstrates its ability to “read” situations and our intentions, we will quickly attribute human characteristics to it anyway …

Re-reading ELIZA: Human–machine Interaction as Cognitive Sense-ability
P Treusch – Australian Feminist Studies, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
Skip to Main Content …

Chatbots as Interaction Modality: An Explorative Design Study on Elderly Classical Music Concert Subscribers
F Berglund – 2017 – diva-portal.org
… This phenomenon is now known as the “ELIZA effect.” [36] In a later study, Reeves and Nass [25] researched how people treat computers as real people and are unconsciously polite to them; results which are in accordance with the findings of Weizenbaum …

Best Practice: Interactive Didactics and Augmented Self Reality
B Staszy?ska, O Hansen – Conference Proceedings. The Future …, 2016 – books.google.com
… and opening up individuals. This effect of technology on youngsters is extensively discussed by Sherry Turkle (2011). As early as the mid- 1970s the effect was noted and dubbed “the ELIZA effect”. The effect was named after …

What Then Happens When Interaction is Not Possible: The Virtuosic Interpretation of Ergodic Artefacts
M Carvalhais, P Cardoso – … of Science and Technology of the …, 2015 – search.proquest.com
… But processes should also be developed taking into account a series of perils or difficulties related to human interpretation of procedural systems both natural and artificial as eg being aware of psychological and perceptual illusions such as the Eliza effect [4] (Hofstadter, 1995, p …

The Ambiguity Effects of the Techno-Sublime
K Fedorova – Contemporary Visual Culture and the Sublime, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
… being. The “Eliza effect” refers to people’s tendency to attribute to the machine more human qualities than it actu- ally has, and to overload with hidden meaning the machinic outputs that feel like they could belong to a human …

Beyond Vicarious Interactions: From Theory of Mind to Theories of Systems in Ergodic Artefacts
M Carvalhais, P Cardoso – … , Laurent (2015) Skyler and Bliss. In …, 2015 – eprints.hud.ac.uk
… with genuine vision. But when things get only slightly more complicated, people get far more confused–and very rapidly, too.”(Hofstadter 1995, 158). 12 “… denotes the converse situation [of the Eliza effect]. A very complex programming …

Ethical Issues and Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Behavioral and Mental Health Care
DD Luxton, SL Anderson, M Anderson – Artificial Intelligence in Behavioral …, 2016 – Elsevier
… The ELIZA effect refers to when users of machines (ie, computers) perceive them as having intrinsic qualities and abilities, such as understanding or emotions ( Hofstadter, 1996). The Eliza effect is named after Joseph Weizenbaum’s …

Alone together: Why we expect more from technology and less from each other
S Turkle – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. A. : Revised and Expanded Edition “Savvy and insightful.” —New York Times A LONE TO GET HER º WHY WE EXPECT MORE from º TECHNOLOGY and LESS , ºf from EACH OTHER SHERRY TU RKLE Page 2. alone …

You, robot
B Fiala, A Arico, S Nichols – 2014 – philpapers.org
… feel pain” and “This robot has the capacity to feel fear” (K. Gray 8c Wegner, 2012, p. 126), They found that participants gave signi?cantly higher ratings of the capacity for emotion when the face was visible than when it was not.14 3.3 Contingent Interaction: ELIZA Effect The most …

The psychology of Artificial Intelligence
G Kirwan – An Introduction to Cyberpsychology, 2016 – books.google.com
… This, along with similar observations, led to the development of the term the ‘Eliza effect’–defined by Hofstadter (2008) as ‘the susceptibility of people to read far more understanding than is warranted into strings of symbols–especially words–strung together by computers'(p. 157 …

The blurring Test
P Weil – Socialbots and Their Friends: Digital Media and the …, 2016 – books.google.com
… His choice of a therapeutic model based on trust and empathy set the course of human-machine relations into uncharted territory by contributing to the unexpected and unprecedented discovery of what later came to be known as the Eliza Effect (Turkle, 2005), a powerful and …

Rime of the Reagan Library: Remixing Digital Literature as a Critical Method.
R NESS, MB HAMPER, L GOTTLIEB-MILLER – Hyperrhiz, 2016 – search.ebscohost.com
… every sector of society. The result was the “Eliza effect,” a phenomenon in which users overestimate the complexity of computer processes that are far simpler than they appear on the screen. Weizenbaum’s concern — too much …

Fundamental Artificial Intelligence-Machine Performance in Practical Turing Tests.
H Shah, K Warwick, IM Bland, CD Chapman – ICAART (1), 2014 – academia.edu
… Number of tests 30 60 Number of deceptions 5 8 Total inaccurate classification 7 (twice machine classified as Unsure) 8 Type of error Eliza effect 4 tests: both human 4 tests: machine considered human & human considered machine % inaccurate classification 23.33% 13.33 …

The importance of a human viewpoint on computer natural language capabilities: a Turing test perspective
K Warwick, H Shah – AI & society, 2016 – Springer
… human. So in this case we can witness both the confederate effect of a human being mistaken for a machine and the Eliza effect of a machine being clearly identified as being human … human. So a clear case of the Eliza effect …

Artificial intelligence: A philosophical introduction
J Copeland – 2015 – books.google.com
Page 1. — |- | Jack Copeland A FHILOSOPHICAL INTRODUCTION Page 2. Page 3. Artificial Intelligence Page 4. Page 5. Artificial Intelligence A Philosophical Introduction Jack Copeland £ Page 6 …

Compatibility between trust and non-driving related tasks in UI design for highly and fully automated driving
A Miglani, C Diels, J Terken – … of the 8th International Conference on …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… In Proceedings of Automotive UI 2013 10. Hofstadter D. 1995. Preface 4: the ineradicable eliza effect and its dangers in fluid concepts and creative analogies: computer models of the fundamental mechanisms of thought. Basic Books 11 …

Texts and Contexts for Movable Books
J Reid-Walsh – Interactive Books, 2017 – taylorfrancis.com
Page 1. Interactive or movable books are unusual artifacts, hybrid objects that look like books but are actually part story, part images, part game or toy. They assert a strong presence in the children’s books market, where they …

What makes a robot ‘social’?
RA Jones – Social studies of science, 2017 – journals.sagepub.com
Rhetorical moves that construct humanoid robots as social agents disclose tensions at the intersection of science and technology studies (STS) and social roboti…

Self-driving cars: Ethical responsibilities of design engineers
J Borenstein, J Herkert, K Miller – IEEE Technology and Society …, 2017 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Intentional tampering (eg, Volkswagen Diesel emissions tests) and hacking (eg, Jeep Cherokee case) [36] are also legitimate sources of concern. Another consideration is whether and how the Eliza Effect [37] might manifest itself; in other words, how …

Robot-based psychotherapy: Concepts development, state of the art, and new directions
D David, SA Matu, OA David – International Journal of Cognitive …, 2014 – Guilford Press
Page 1. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 7(2), 192–210, 2014 © 2014 International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy 192 *All three authors contributed equally. Address correspondence to Professor Daniel David, No …

Designing natural-language game conversations
J Lessard – Proc. DiGRA-FDG, 2016 – researchgate.net
… Here are amongst the main issues that narrative designers will have to deal with when working with NLI. The “Eliza Effect” The beauty of NLI is that it gives players the opportunity to “talk” to the system as if it were a person. The …

Distinguishing AI from Male/Female Dialogue.
H Shah, K Warwick – ICAART (1), 2016 – scitepress.org
… Four control duos of 2human parallel dialogues featuring 3 male-female tests and one both- female are presented. For comparison a machine- human conversation featuring the Eliza effect – assigning a machine as human, follows in section 3. 2 HUMAN-HUMAN PAIRS …

Design Rationale for Natural Language Game Conversations.
J Lessard – FDG, 2015 – pdfs.semanticscholar.org
… interesting. > So, do you want to be a priest? # Well, not right now. 3. DISCUSSION Reactivating natural language interaction also means bringing back all its problems: the “tyranny of the blank screen” [6], miscommunication, AI disenchantment (the “Eliza effect”[7]), etc …

Technologically Mediated Identity: Personal Computers, Online Aliases, and Japanese Robots
S Pasfield-Neofitou – Reconstructing Identity, 2017 – Springer
… which can make us think “she” “understands”. Turkle refers to our “tendency to treat responsive computer programs as more intelligent than they really are” (1995, 101) as an “ELIZA effect”. In addition, she explains a “Julia effect …

What do we owe to intelligent robots?
JS Gordon – AI & SOCIETY, 2018 – Springer
Page 1. Vol.:(0123456789) 1 3 AI & SOCIETY https://doi.org/10.1007/s00146-018-0844- 6 OPEN FORUM What do we owe to intelligent robots? John?Stewart Gordon1 Received: 29 January 2018 / Accepted: 20 April 2018 © Springer …

Imitated Mind Uploading by Using Electroencephalography
R Horie, K Kaneko – Advances in Affective and Pleasurable …, 2014 – books.google.com
… information to copy personality. On the other hand, as known as the Eliza effect, it has been well known that human has tendency to assume that computer behaviors are analogous to human behaviors. We hypothesize that …

Cognitive Intervention and Reconciliation: NPC Believability in Single-Player RPGs
MS Lee, C Heeter – International Journal of Role-Playing, 2015 – ijrp.subcultures.nl
… result in a wrong impression of the characters. He introduced two opposite effects (The Eliza effect and The Tale-Spin effect), which were lessons from the past interactive drama projects. The Eliza effects refers to a computer …

The Racial Formation of Chatbots
MC Marino – CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 2014 – docs.lib.purdue.edu
… This process of punctualization is analogous to the ELIZA effect, a phrase coined by Sherry Turkle in Life on the Screen after the tendency of interactors to en- gage with the DOCTOR computer program as if it were a person …

Building emotional authenticity between humans and robots
JA Greer – Workshops in ICSR 2014, 2014 – epress.lib.uts.edu.au
… was not human. This summation was not completely unexpected by Turkle who has cited Joseph Weizenbaum’s work regarding the Eliza Effect and its strong emotional influence on its participants [11]. However, Turkle also …

Understanding and Misunderstanding
P Hendriks – Asymmetries between Language Production and …, 2014 – Springer
… Keywords. Competence Comprehension ELIZA Eliza effect Grammar Optimality Theory Performance Perspective Perspective taking Production. Download fulltext PDF. 1.1 The Eliza Effect 1 … Being human, linguists may be susceptible to the Eliza effect as well …

10 Keeping the Balance
TE Mortensen – The Dark Side of Game Play: Controversial …, 2015 – books.google.com
… Our central requirement, that users be able to suspend disbelief, is different and unusual.… In Oz we try to take advantage of the ‘Eliza effect’, in which people see subtlety, understanding, and emotion in an agent as long as the agent does not actively destroy the illusion …

Authentic virtual others? The promise of post-modern technologies
T Dotson – AI & society, 2014 – Springer
… She provides a wealth of examples of both the “ELIZA effect” and what she refers to as the “robotic moment.” Turkle describes children, adults and robot designers alike finding it very difficult to avoid ascribing emotion, life and intelligence to social robots or growing attached to …

Minimizing the human? functional reductions of complexity in social robotics and their cybernetic heritage
T Kaerlein – Social robots from a human perspective, 2015 – Springer
… In her analysis of people’s interactions with artificial agents she discerns a specific quality of interaction that she calls the ELIZA effect—“that desire to cover for a robot in order to make it seem more competent than it actually is” (Turkle 2011, p. 131) …

Online Versus In-Person Therapy: Effect of Client Demographics and Personality Characteristics
JJ Kofmehl – 2017 – search.proquest.com
Online Versus In-Person Therapy: Effect of Client Demographics and Personality Characteristics. Abstract. Traditionally, mental health professionals have provided psychotherapeutic services through face-to-face sessions. As …

Shakespeare’s Wit
M Booth – Shakespeare and Conceptual Blending, 2017 – Springer
… The tendency to make erroneous imaginative completions without realizing it, in the manner of Helena and Malvolio here, has been given the name “the Eliza effect” by Fauconnier and Turner, after an early computer program called Eliza, which proved surprisingly good at …

Simulation as a Method for Theological and Philosophical Inquiry
S Donaldson, M McConnell – Theology and Science, 2015 – Taylor & Francis
… 37 37 Douglas Hofstadter, “The Ineradicable Eliza Effect and Its Dangers,” in Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies, ed. Douglas Hofstadter (New York: Basic, 1995), 155–168.View all notes At one level, Hofstadter was facing the question, “What is the relationship between …

Introduction to Focus: 00.0 Machine Writing
S Tomasula – American Book Review, 2014 – muse.jhu.edu
… Or mistake a non-human-generated remark for sympathy: the Eliza effect? Nim Chimpsky? [End Page 3]. 10.0 At what point will the increasing sophistication of machines make us wonder about the machine’s viewpoint? What would their poetry be like …

Robot-Based Psychotherapy: Concepts Development, State of the Art, and New Directions
RTRBTBA PsyChoTheRAP – 2014 – researchgate.net
Page 1. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 7(2), 192–210, 2014 © 2014 International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy 192 *All three authors contributed equally. Address correspondence to Professor Daniel David, No …

Part IV Suggested Readings
D Colaço, W Buckwalter, SP Stich… – Current …, 2014 – books.google.com
… 8 Donnellan, Keith 19, 23 Doris, John 102n 17, 105 dual-process 31, 35, 45n5, 51, 52 dualism, folk 90, 101n+ East Asians 6, 7, 21, 24m3, 27, 114–16 ELIZA effect 42 embodiment 82, 90 emotion xxi, xxiv, xxv, 37, 41, 42, 46n 12, 53, 79, 81, 83, 83 n2–84n2, 90, 94, 101n 11, 104 …

Human Without Qualities: Or, can Alan Turing help us to acknowledge androids?
Y Abrioux – European Journal of English Studies, 2014 – Taylor & Francis

Enabl: A modular authoring interface for creating interactive characters
A Grow – Advancement report, University of California, Santa …, 2015 – users.soe.ucsc.edu
… The nature and depth of an agent?s interactive components may momentarily give the illusion of intelligence, which Noah Wardrip-Fruin has called the ELIZA Effect (Wardrip-Fruin 2009). However, the ELIZA Effect illusion cannot …

Chatbots’ Greetings to Human-Computer Communication
MJ Pereira, L Coheur, P Fialho, R Ribeiro – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2016 – arxiv.org
… Eliza: Please go on. Example 2. Eliza completely exceeded the expectations, given that many people, when interacting with it, believed they were talking with another human (this outcome is currently called the “Eliza effect”). Without having any intention of modelling …

Hacking agency: Apps, autism, and neurodiversity
AT Demo – Quarterly Journal of Speech, 2017 – Taylor & Francis
… Nonetheless, her subsequent discussions of ethopoeia and the “Eliza effect” (the attribution of human qualities to computers) open up the possibility for considering nonhuman agency: “We might expect … technologies could take advantage of our eagerness to attribute agency …

Creating believable and effective AI agents for games and simulations: Reviews and case study
I Umarov, M Mozgovoy – Contemporary Advancements in …, 2014 – books.google.com
Page 55. 33 Chapter 3 Creating Believable and Effective AI Agents for Games and Simulations: Reviews and Case Study Iskander Umarov TruSoft International Inc., USA Maxim Mozgovoy University of Aizu, Japan ABSTRACT …

Nudging for good: robots and the ethical appropriateness of nurturing empathy and charitable behavior
J Borenstein, RC Arkin – AI & SOCIETY, 2017 – Springer
… Moreover, roboticists need to consider the ramifications of the ELIZA effect as it pertains to this context (Turkle 1995, 101). In short, the user may project characteristics onto a project than it does not truly have and believe a robot is capable of far more than it actually is …

Investigating the role of social eye gaze in designing believable virtual characters
M Nixon – 2017 – summit.sfu.ca
Page 1. Investigating the Role of Social Eye Gaze in Designing Believable Virtual Characters by Michael Nixon M.Sc., Simon Fraser University, 2009 B.Sc., Vancouver Island University, 2004 Thesis Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of …

Asymmetries between language production and comprehension
P Hendriks – 2014 – Springer
… production and comprehension. Keywords Competence • Comprehension • ELIZA • Eliza effect • Grammar • Optimality Theory • Performance • Perspective • Perspective taking • Production 1.1 The Eliza Effect1 How long would …

Choice and Disbelief: Revisiting Immersion and Interac-tivity
DC Maduro – Digital Media and Textuality: From Creation to …, 2017 – books.google.com
Page 106. Daniela Côrtes Maduro Choice and Disbelief: Revisiting Immersion and Interac- tivity The interplay between immersion and interactivity was widely discussed by Marie-Laure Ryan at the beginning of the 21st century …

Depersonalized Intimacy: The Cases of Sherry Turkle and Spike Jonze
EL Jagoe – ESC: English Studies in Canada, 2016 – muse.jhu.edu
… object-oriented ontology and speculative realism. 6 Samantha has the eliza effect, which refers to the tendency of humans to assume computer behaviour is analogous to human behaviour. The name comes from the eliza computer …

A cognitive account of expertise: Why Rational Choice Theory is (often) a fiction
D Muntanyola-Saura – Theory & Psychology, 2014 – journals.sagepub.com
This paper arises from the need to explain expert decision-making in professional environments from a plural and interdisciplinary perspective. An extended revi…

4 Advanced Materials Based on Multicomponent Polymeric Systems
M Teodorescu, S Morariu… – … Polymer Systems: Micro-to …, 2016 – books.google.com
Page 85. 4 Advanced Materials Based on Multicomponent Polymeric Systems Mirela Teodorescu, Simona Morariu and Maria Bercea CONTENTS 4.1 Overview of Literature Concerning Advanced Materials 4.2 Mixtures of Poly (vinyl alcohol) with Synthetic Polymers 4.2 …

Empirically studying participatory sense-making in abstract drawing with a co-creative cognitive agent
N Davis, CP Hsiao, K Yashraj Singh, L Li… – Proceedings of the 21st …, 2016 – dl.acm.org
… Known as the Eliza effect, researchers have demonstrated that users attribute intentionality to virtual agents if they appear to understand the context of the situation, even when the system may not ‘understand’ the actions it performs [36,37] …

Tricks Are For Kids: Comedy in a Technologically Saturated World
E Stenson – 2014 – prism.ucalgary.ca
Page 1. UNIVERSITY OF CALGARY Tricks Are For Kids: Comedy in a Technologically Saturated World by Edward Stenson A THESIS SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF GRADUATE STUDIES IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE …

Proposal of open-ended dialog system based on topic maps
R Ota, M Kimura – Procedia Technology, 2014 – Elsevier
… 1966. [2] D. Hofstadter, Preface 4: The Ineradicable Eliza Effect and Its Dangers, from Fluid Concepts and Creative Analogies: Computer Models of the Fundamental Mechanisms of Thought, Basic Books: New York, 1995. [3 …

4 Advanced
M Teodorescu, S Morariu… – … Polymer Systems: Micro-to …, 2016 – books.google.com
Page 84. 4 Advanced Materials Based on Multicomponent Polymeric Systems Mirela Teodorescu, Simona Morariu, and Maria Bercea CONTENTS 4.1 Overview of Literature Concerning Advanced Materials …

Levels of Trust in the Context of Machine Ethics
HT Tavani – Philosophy & Technology, 2015 – Springer
… 20. Turkle (2011) refers to this phenomenon as the “Eliza effect,” in light of the way in which Joseph Weizenbaum’s “Eliza” program was able to “elicit trust” on the part of some humans who interacted with that computer program. 21 …

Procedural Aesthetics—Building a toolset of aesthetic devices for generative games design
M Stockham – The Computer Games Journal, 2014 – Springer
… He named three effects: 10 • Eliza Effect – in which audience expectations allow a system to appear much more complex on its surface than is supported by its underlying structure; • Tale-Spin Effect – for works that fail to represent their internal system richness on their surfaces …

The Willful Marionette: Exploring Responses to Embodied Interaction
K Grace, S Grace, ML Maher, MJ Mahzoon… – Proceedings of the …, 2017 – dl.acm.org
… in July of 2016. One possibility is that its physicality amplified the well known “Eliza effect” [54], the tendency for people to attribute more intelligence to interactive systems than they actually possess. Our evaluation sought to …

When Artificial Intelligence Systems Produce Inventions: The 3A Era and an Alternative Model for Patent Law
S Yanisky-Ravid, XJ Liu – 2017 – papers.ssrn.com
Page 1. Electronic copy available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2931828 WHEN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS PRODUCE INVENTIONS: THE 3A ERA AND AN ALTERNATIVE MODEL FOR PATENT LAW DR. SHLOMIT YANISKY RAVID AND XIAOQIONG (JACKIE) LIU …

A cognitive neural architecture able to learn and communicate through natural language
B Golosio, A Cangelosi, O Gamotina, GL Masala – PloS one, 2015 – journals.plos.org
Communicative interactions involve a kind of procedural knowledge that is used by the human brain for processing verbal and nonverbal inputs and for language production. Although considerable work has been done on modeling human language abilities, it has been difficult …

Turing and the evaluation of intelligence
F Bianchini – 2014 – philpapers.org
… With this method we could avoid every situation in which the presence of natural language is just a trick or a deception, or there is the Eliza effect, or there are some absolutely perfect (and really very useful) semantic technologies for replying a query or …

A Chatbot Dialogue Manager-Chatbots and Dialogue Systems: A Hybrid Approach
A Woudenberg – 2014 – dspace.ou.nl
… and outputting canned text. People don’t find these programs intelligent just because of the tricks that are used, but because of something that Douglas Hofstadter calls the Eliza Effect[28] which refers to the susceptibility of people …

Generating Rembrandt: Artificial Intelligence versus Accountability-The Human-Like Workers Are Already Here-A New Model
S Yanisky-Ravid, S Moorhead – 2017 – papers.ssrn.com
Page 1. Electronic copy available at: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2957722 ©Shlomit Yanisky Ravid and Samuel Moorhead Generating Rembrandt: Artificial Intelligence, Accountability and Copyright …

Non-interactive Interactivity: building a seemingly interactive installation
JTM de Araújo – 2017 – repositorio-aberto.up.pt
… workings of the system, began projecting meaning into its output, behaving towards it like it was human, something that was later called the Eliza effect. For most audiences, a system that performs creatively and originality so as to …

European Posthumanism
S Herbrechter, I Callus, M Rossini – 2018 – books.google.com
Page 1. European Posthumanism Edited by Stefan Herbrechter, Ivan Collus and Manuelo Rossini Page 2. European Posthumanism In literary studies and beyond, ‘theory’ and its aftermaths have arguably been over-influenced …

A Dictionary of the Internet
D Ince – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. OXFORD QUICK REFERENCE C. Oxford DICTIONARY OF THE Internet Third Edition Darrel Ince Page 2. How to search for terms in A Dictionary of the Internet To find an entry in this e-book you can: • Browse the Alphabetical …

The Alexa Experiment
K Micak – 2018 – openresearch.ocadu.ca
Page 1. THE ALEXA EXPERIMENT KATIE MICAK A thesis paper presented to OCAD University for the degree of: Master of Arts in Digital Futures August, 2016 – April 2018 © Katie Micak 2018 Page 2. ii Copyright notice This …

The origin of ideas: Blending, creativity, and the human spark
M Turner – 2014 – books.google.com
Page 1. BLENDING, CREATIVITY, & THE HUMAN SPARK THE OR G | N) OF IDEAS M ARK TU RN ER Page 2. Page 3. The Origin of Ideas Page 4. Page 5. The Origin Of Ideas Blending, Creativity, and the Human Spark z MARK TURNER 1 Page 6 …

Generating Rembrandt: Artificial Intelligence, Copyright, and Accountability in the 3A Era-The Human-like Authors Are Already Here-A New Model
S Yanisky-Ravid – Mich. St. L. Rev., 2017 – HeinOnline
Page 1. GENERATING REMBRANDT: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, COPYRIGHT, AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE 3A ERA-THE HUMAN-LIKE AUTHORS ARE ALREADY HERE-A NEW MODEL Shlomit Yanisky-Ravid 2017 …

Generative music evaluation: why do we limit to ‘human’
R Loughran, M O’Neill – Proceedings of the first Conference on …, 2016 – researchgate.net
… In contrast to this we also do not want to fall victim to associating too much intelligence to emergent behaviour that we may witness but not truly understand. Such tendencies amount to anthromorphizing the machine, sometimes known as the Eliza effect [42] …

Social surrogates or posthuman lovers?: Love dolls in the’robotic moment’
N Wong – 2015 – search.proquest.com
… person. Turkle has coined the term the ELIZA effect to refer to the notion that we are complicit in the fantasy that provides us solace in speaking to a machine, who Turkle argues cannot truly comprehend human emotion (p. 24) …

Dialogue Systems and Dialogue Management
D Burgan – 2016 – dtic.mil
Page 1. UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED Dialogue Systems & Dialogue Management Deeno Burgan National Security & ISR Division Defence Science and Technology Group DST-Group-TR-3331 ABSTRACT A spoken dialogue …

Interactive Books: Playful Media Before Pop-ups
J Reid-Walsh – 2017 – books.google.com
Page 1. Interactive Books Playful Media. Before Pop-Ups tº tº happy tº thººd. T-ºr-º- —- 1—–Mºlº tº-pº-rair-º-º-º-º- tº-ºn-º-º-º: xe-º-º-º-º-º-º-º-º: —-in-tº-ir º — x-tº-º-º-º-º-º-º: – – – º, a sºn-º-º-º-º-º: 1-tº-ºr- -na–doº-º-º-º-ºld. anº-º-º-º-º-º-‘l …

For the Love of Robots: Posthumanism in Latin American Science Fiction Between 1960-1999
GA Martin – 2015 – uknowledge.uky.edu
Page 1. University of Kentucky UKnowledge Theses and Dissertations–Hispanic Studies Hispanic Studies 2015 For the Love of Robots: Posthumanism in Latin American Science Fiction Between 1960-1999 Grace A. Martin University of Kentucky, gamartin01@gmail.com …

Agency as a Mode of Involvement
S Eichner – Agency and Media Reception, 2014 – Springer
Page 1. 5 Agency as a Mode of Involvement At the core of the present work is the question of the role of agency in the process of reception. Having expounded and elaborated on agency as a crucial and identity constituting capability …

Learning the semantics of notational systems with a semiotic cognitive automaton
V Targon – Cognitive Computation, 2016 – Springer
… Assuming, in an artificial intelligence program, operating according to some formal semantics, far more understanding and causality than is warranted is a fallacy of the human mind, which has been coined the “ELIZA effect” [2] …

The Texte Fleuve and Infinity: The Play of Finitude and Endlessness in Proust, Woolf, and the Open World Video Game
SM Bargues Rollins – 2015 – escholarship.org
… Eliza provides Noah Wardrip-Fruin, who calls her “the first well-known digital character,” the inspiration for his elaboration in Expressive Processing of the “Eliza effect,” a term used to describe the phenomenon of the complexity or apparent …

Immersion in a Virtual World: Interactive Drama and Affective Sciences: Interactive Drama and Affective Sciences
M Simon, S Mayr – 2014 – books.google.com
… In contrast, there are systems that seem to be very sophisti- cated but are based on rather simple mechanism.This phenomenon has 12 Page 13. become known as the Eliza Effect [57, p.23] after Joseph Weizenbaum’s famous computer system …

Creating Believable, Emergent Behaviour in Virtual Agents, Using a ‘Synthetic Psychology’Approach
MM Rosenkind – 2015 – eprints.brighton.ac.uk
Page 1. Creating Believable, Emergent Behaviour in Virtual Agents, Using a ‘Synthetic Psychology’ Approach Micah Marlon Rosenkind A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the University of Brighton for the degree of Master of Philosophy December 2015 …

Humanizing The Posthuman In Powers, Wallace, Gibson And Delillo
A Ghashmari – 2016 – rave.ohiolink.edu
Page 1. HUMANIZING THE POSTHUMAN IN POWERS, WALLACE, GIBSON AND DELILLO A dissertation submitted to Kent State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of the Doctor of Philosophy By Ahmad Ghashmari December 2016 © Copyright …

Correspondence Fictions: Critical Literacies and Experiments in Writing Media After Computation
RK Gold – 2015 – search.proquest.com
Correspondence Fictions: Critical Literacies and Experiments in Writing Media After Computation. Abstract. This dissertation studies postmodern fiction, electronic literature, digital art, locative media, and everyday social media practices from the 1960s to the present …

Creative sense-making: A cognitive framework for quantifying interaction dynamics in co-creation
NM Davis – 2017 – smartech.gatech.edu
Page 1. CREATIVE SENSE-MAKING: A COGNITIVE FRAMEWORK FOR QUANTIFYING INTERACTION DYNAMICS IN CO-CREATION A Thesis Presented to The Academic Faculty by Nicholas M. Davis In Partial Fulfillment …

Rei Toei lives!: Hatsune Miku and the design of the virtual pop star
TH Conner – 2014 – dspace-prod.lib.uic.edu
Page 1. Rei Toei lives!: Hatsune Miku and the Design of the Virtual Pop Star BY THOMAS CONNER BA, University of Oklahoma, 1993 THESIS Submitted as partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts …

The texte fleuve and infinity: The play of finitude and endlessness in Proust, Woolf, and the open world video game
SB Rollins – 2015 – search.proquest.com
… Eliza provides Noah Wardrip-Fruin, who calls her the first well-known digital character, the inspiration for his elaboration in Expressive Processing of the Eliza effect, a term used to describe the phenomenon of the complexity or apparent sophistication of a systems output …

Digital afterlives: From the electronic village to the networked estate
T Kneese – 2016 – search.proquest.com
Digital afterlives: From the electronic village to the networked estate. Abstract. Everyone with a web presence has the potential to live on as information. Today, numerous stories in the popular press examine the afterlives of social …

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