ELIZA effect


ELIZA effect 

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[CITATION] Reverse Engineering the Brain and the ELIZA Effect: Is Believability Ethical? S Chen – 2009 – Expressiveintelligencestudio Cited by 2 – Related articles

[PDF] Open Process Software [PDF] from 128.220.160.198 JJ Brown Jr – Criticism, 2011 – 128.220.160.198 … Wardrip-Fruin’s aim is to help both the general public and new media scholars develop a critical lens for software studies, and he contributes to this project by de- veloping a number of concepts, including “operational logics,” “the Eliza effect,” “the Tale-Spin ef- fect,” and “the … View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Agency reconsidered [PDF] from psu.edu N Wardrip-Fruin, M Mateas, S Dow… – Breaking New Ground: …, 2009 – Citeseer … Author Keywords computer games, interactive drama, agency, intention, perceived consequence, affordances, Eliza effect, SimCity effect, augmented reality, human-computer interaction, improvisation INTRODUCTION The goal of this paper is to deepen accounts of agency. … Cited by 18 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 11 versions

A pendulum swung too far [PDF] from elanguage.net K Church – Linguistic Issues in Language Technology, 2011 – elanguage.net … than they do. Here is a definition of the ELIZA effect from Wikipedia.19 The ELIZA effect, in computer science, is the tendency to uncon- sciously assume computer behaviors are analogous to human behav- iors. In its specific … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 11 versions

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Hidden Interlocutor Misidentification in Practical Turing Tests H Shah… – Minds and Machines, 2010 – Springer … incorrect. Keywords 18th Loebner prize for artificial intelligence 4 Confederate effect 4 Elbot 4 Eliza effect 4 Gender-blurring effect 4 Jury-service 4 Parallel-paired 4 Practical Turing tests 4 Turing’s imitation game Introduction … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 5 versions

[PDF] Game Artificial Intelligence [PDF] from mcast.edu.mt JB Ahlquist… – Game Development essentials. Thomson …, 2008 – llrc.mcast.edu.mt … 214 The ELIZA Effect ….. … data-driven inference, 146-147 E 135- 136 data-driven systems, ELIZA, 7, 8 power of, 141-151 156- 157,256 ELIZA effect, 8, 217, 219-221, questions by, 148- 150 data formats, 29 225,235,236 rule sets, 134-136, 143- 146 … Cited by 11 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 3 versions

Beyond the Complex Surface N Wardrip-Fruin – Beyond the screen: transformations of literary …, 2010 – books.google.com … Noah Wardrip-Fruin| Beyond the Complex Surface 6 The Eliza Effect In Hamlet on the Holodeck Janet Murray argues that Joseph “Weizenbaum stands as the earliest, and still perhaps the premier, literary artist in the computer me- dium because he so successfully applied … Cited by 1 – Related articles

[PDF] Impact of agent’s answers variability on its believability and human-likeness and consequent chatbot improvements [PDF] from vorty.net M Xuetao, F Bouchet… – Proc. of the Symposium …, 2009 – fbouchet.vorty.net … They are light to deploy in a web-based environment ? client architectures can be envisioned; – They provide robust natural language reactions (Evasive list effect – ELIZA effect); – They are tailored and well-suited for the field of ludo-social chat; … Cited by 9 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 7 versions

Interactive Art: Digital Entities and the Audience Experience M Miranda… – Multimedia, IEEE, 2008 – ieeexplore.ieee.org … 3, next page). The Eliza effect, named after Eliza, one of the earliest and most famous artificial intelligence computer programs, shows our desire to an- thropomorphize humanlike technological en- tities. Programmed by Joshua … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 7 versions

Expressive Processing: Digital Fictions, Computer Games, and Software Studies. Noah Wardrip-Fruin. C Monroy – Literary and Linguistic Computing, 2011 – ALLC … This journey begins by discussing the Eliza effect, which can be defined as the illusion that a system is more intelligent than it really is, followed by the TaleSpin effect, which in terms of authorship, sheds light on the underlying processes that enable story generation. … Related articles – All 4 versions

Signs unsigned and meanings not meant: linguistic theory and hypothetical, simulated, imitation and meaningless language D Bade – Language Sciences, 2012 – Elsevier … information that they entered into the system. (Pruijt, 2006, p. 521). He added in a footnote: We may note that the enlightening power of Searle’s “Chinese Room” example rests on the ELIZA effect. All that the example does is strip …

[PDF] Intelligent Assisting Conversational Agents viewed through novice users’ requests [PDF] from limsi.fr M Xuetao, JP Sansonnet… – … Conference Interfaces and …, 2009 – perso.limsi.fr … They are very cost effective and have been proven to be well-accepted by ordinary users, due to the “Eliza effect” (Weizenbaum, 1966) which makes ordinary users credit an agent with rough conversational abilities with much more smartness than it actually has. … Cited by 3 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

Misidentification’s Promise: the Turing Test in Weizenbaum, Powers, and Short J Rhee – Postmodern Culture, 2010 – muse.jhu.edu … ELIZA’s convincing performance, or rather humans’ anthropomorphization of ELIZA, is now so well-known that the phrase “the Eliza effect” has been coined to describe the phenomenon in which humans believe a computer to be intelligent and possessing intentionality. … Related articles

[PDF] Studies on effects of chronic exposure of endosulfan to Labeo rohita [PDF] from jeb.co.in TS Saravanan, P Rajesh… – Journal of Environmental …, 2010 – jeb.co.in … Nat. Environ. Pollut. Technol., 5, 23-27 (2006). Nirmala Arc and J. Eliza: Effect of phosphamidon on the carbohydrate, protein and lipid contents in Cirrhina mrigala. Asian J. Micrbiol., Biotechnol. Environ. Sci., 7, 813-814 (2005). … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 5 versions

Robots and reality: a reply to Robert Sparrow R Blackford – Ethics and Information Technology, 2011 – Springer … Such limited self-indulgence can co-exist with ordinary hon- esty and commitment to truth. Keywords Authenticity 4 ELIZA effect 4 Ethics of belief 4 Robert Nozick 4 Robotics 4 Robot pets 4 Self-deception 4 Self-perception 4 Sentimentality 4 The Matrix 4 Truth Introduction … Related articles

[PDF] Peeping HALs: Making Sense of Artificial Intelligence and Privacy [PDF] from ejls.eu R Calo – 2010 – ejls.eu … 45 Studies across multiple disciplines have confirmed this human tendency to treat social objects as social, sometimes called the “ELIZA effect” in AI literature after Weizenbaum’s … 64 That is, Ekbia believes that practitioner of AI have sometimes relied on the ELIZA effect to gloss … Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Computational Generation of Dream-like Narrative: Reflections on The Uncanny Dream Machine [PDF] from voisen.org SE Voisen – 2010 – sean.voisen.org … 23 3.1 Computers are Not Like Brains in Vats…..23 3.2 Computers are Like Disembodied Zombies…..24 3.3 The ELIZA Effect…..26 3.4 Expressive AI and The … Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 3 versions

ALICE: an ACE in Digitaland [PDF] from triple-c.at H Shah – tripleC-Cognition, Communication, Co-operation, 2008 – triple-c.at … The other problem with the Loebner scenario is the artificial setting which gives rise to three phenomena: the Eliza Effect (Turkel, 1997) where a machine is considered more intelligent than it actually is; the Confederate Effect (Shah & Henry, 2005) where a human’s … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 8 versions

Testing Turing’s five minutes, parallel-paired imitation game H Shah… – Kybernetes, 2010 – emeraldinsight.com … Only one ACE was considered “probably human”, manifesting the Eliza effect (Turkel, 1997), but each hidden-human was considered “definitely a machine” twice, an instance of the confederate effect (Shah and Henry, 2005). … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Natural Language Understanding and World Knowledge E Ovchinnikova – Integration of World Knowledge for Natural Language …, 2012 – Springer … The popularization of ELIZA and similar programs has led to the appearance of the term “ELIZA effect”1 describing the tendency of people to attribute human-like intelligence to chat robots. Indeed, a typical dialog with ELIZA …

[PDF] Building character for artificial conversational agents: Ethos, ethics, believability, and credibility [PDF] from 207.210.83.249 S Brahnam – PsychNology Journal, 2009 – 207.210.83.249 … Keywords: ethos, conversational agents, believability, trust, anthropomorphism, Eliza effect, verbal abuse, computer-mediated communication, transference, oscillation effect … natural language interface. Just as there is the Eliza effect (Weizenbaum, 1976), or the … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 9 versions

The interrogator as critic: The turing test and the evaluation of generative music systems C Ariza – Computer Music Journal, 2009 – MIT Press … machines. Some have called this the Eliza Effect, “the susceptibility of people to read far more under- standing than is warranted into strings of symbols- especially words-strung together by computers” (Hofstadter 1996, p. 155). … Cited by 6 – Related articles – All 5 versions

13 Arti?cial life, arti?cial agents, virtual realities: technologies of autonomous agency C Allen – The Cambridge Handbook of Information and …, 2010 – books.google.com … The fact that people tend to overestimate the intelligence and complexity of computer programs is now known to AI researchers as the ‘ELIZA effect’. It is a manifestation of the previously mentioned human tendency to anthropomor- phize things. …

Authenticity in the age of digital companions S Turkle – Interaction Studies, 2007 – ingentaconnect.com … to other people. Students’ trust in Eliza did not speak to what they thought Eliza would understand but to their lack of trust in the people who would understand. This “Eliza effect” is apparent in many settings. People who feel … Cited by 23 – Related articles – All 3 versions

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[BOOK] Expressive Processing: Digital fictions, computer games, and software studies [PDF] from ucsc.edu N Wardrip-Fruin – 2009 – books.google.com … Contents Series Foreword ix Preface xi 1 Introduction 1 2 The Eliza Effect 23 3 Computer Game Fictions 41 4 Making Models 81 5 The Tale-Spin Effect 115 6 Character and Author Intelligence 169 7 Authoring Systems 231 8 The SimCity Effect 299 9 Playable Language and … Cited by 49 – Related articles – Library Search – All 4 versions

[PDF] A corpus-based NLP-chain for a web-based Assisting Conversational Agent [PDF] from limsi.fr M Xuetao, JP Sansonnet… – Third Workshop on Animated …, 2008 – limsi.fr … Indeed, according to the Hofstadter’s ‘Eliza effect’ [22][26], the personification of the assisting agent by a virtual character prompts the users to enter into affective chat activity. A more detailed analysis of the Daft corpus can be found in [15]. … Cited by 4 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 8 versions

Evolutionary algorithm for a genetic robot’s personality KH Lee – Applied Soft Computing, 2011 – Elsevier Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Case-based reasoning (CBR) is a proli?c research program in AI and cognitivescience. Originallymotivatedbythestudyofnatural-language processing, it has been … L Wittgenstein – Artificial dreams: the quest for non-biological …, 2008 – books.google.com Page 149. 5 Coach and Chef: Case-Based AI Wittgenstein’s Scruffy Dream We do talk of arti?cial feet, but not of arti?cial pain in the foot. -Ludwig Wittgenstein Case-based reasoning (CBR) is a proli?c research program in AI and cognitivescience. …

Crowdsourcing HRI through online multiplayer games S Chernova, J Orkin… – Proc. Dialog with Robots: AAAI fall …, 2010 – aaai.org … The assumption may not be correct, but a contextually appropri- ate response often allows the interaction to recover (and we sometimes observe the Eliza-effect, where the human ex- plains away the communication failure and continues, pos- sibly rephrasing his/her input). … Cited by 7 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[HTML] The Real Chinese Room [HTML] from philica.com E Mitchell – 2008 – philica.com … It is the origin of the eponymous “Eliza Effect,” whereby human subjects talking to a chatterbox may feel listened to and understood, even if they are aware they are not talking to a human being, or even to a complex intelligence. … Related articles – Cached – All 3 versions

[BOOK] Alone together: Why we expect more from technology and less from each other S Turkle – 2011 – books.google.com Page 1. alone together Why We expect More from Technology and Less from each other sherry turkle author of The Second Self and Life on the Screen Page 2. Alone Together Page 3. also by sherry turkle Psychoanalytic Politics … Cited by 165 – Related articles – Library Search – All 5 versions

Brittleness, 99, 360 Brute-force methods, 45, 47, 48 In tension with psychological realism, 45 Categories, 185 OD Blue – Artificial dreams: the quest for non-biological …, 2008 – books.google.com … 248 Leibnitz and Laplace’s, 223 Military, 326 Of invisible infrastructure, 319 Pragmatic, 333 Psychological physics, 244 Turing’s, 21 Wittgenstein, 134, 138 Dualism, 22-23 Dynamical Systems Theory (DST), 219, 223-24, 230-32, 239 Eliza, 175, 310, 311 Eliza effect, 8, 156-159 …

Harmonious Madness: The Poetics of Analogy at the Limits of Blending Theory MJ Bruhn – Poetics Today, 2011 – Duke Univ Press … Gilles Fauconnier and Turner (2002: 108) themselves put their finger on the problem, naming it “the Eliza effect” after a computer program that could generate strings of “meaningful” forms: 27. … Page 15. Bruhn • Harmonious Madness 633 The Eliza effect leads us to compress . . . … Related articles

Artificially intelligent conversational agents in libraries [PDF] from amazonaws.com VL Rubin, Y Chen… – Library Hi Tech, 2010 – emeraldinsight.com … This type of cognitive dissonance has been termed “the ELIZA effect”, and specifically refers to “the susceptibility of people to read far more understanding than is warranted into strings of symbols – especially words – strung together by computers” (Hofstadter, 1995, p. 157). … Cited by 4 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[CITATION] Ethics for Artificial Intellects JS Hall – Nanoethics: the ethical and social implications of …, 2007 – Wiley-Interscience Cited by 2 – Related articles

Activity and Agency in historical “playable media” J Reid-Walsh – 2011 – Taylor & Francis … By contrast “The Tale-Spin” and a third effect “The Eliza effect” concern computer games whose intererface does not allow the interactor to understand the basics of the design: the first being much complex than it appears, and the second being less complex. … Related articles

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Software agents and robots in mental therapy: psychological and sociological perspectives T Nomura – Ai & Society, 2009 – Springer … In addition, Turkle referred to the Eliza effect, which describes the tendency for humans to positively evaluate even simple programs that mechanically repeat specific words; humans can then find therapeutic meaning in these repetitive words (O’Dell and Dickson 1984; Turkle … Cited by 3 – Related articles – All 4 versions

People can be so fake: A new dimension to privacy and technology scholarship [PDF] from pennstatelawreview.org R Calo – 2009 – papers.ssrn.com Page 1. PEOPLE CAN BE SO FAKE: A NEW DIMENSION TO PRIVACY AND TECHNOLOGY SCHOLARSHIP M. Ryan Calo* This article updates the traditional discussion of privacy and technology, focused since the days of … Cited by 13 – Related articles – All 7 versions

Prosodic alignment in human-computer interaction [PDF] from androidscience.com N Suzuki… – Connection Science, 2007 – Taylor & Francis … Press. View all references). It has also been found that people are apt to interact with artifacts that have very limited anthropomorphic or autonomous functions (eg. the Eliza effect (Weizenbaum 1966))28. Weizenbaum, J. 1966. A … Cited by 16 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 5 versions

[PDF] Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems [PDF] from monitortalent.com JR Hurford – Interaction Studies, 2007 – monitortalent.com … to other people. Students’ trust in Eliza did not speak to what they thought Eliza would understand but to their lack of trust in the people who would understand. This “Eliza effect” is apparent in many settings. People who feel … Related articles – All 3 versions

[PDF] Who’s Afraid of Virtual Humans? [PDF] from aisb.org.uk C Draude – Killer robots or friendly fridges: the social …, 2009 – aisb.org.uk Page 25. Who’s Afraid of Virtual Humans? Claude Draude* Abstract.. This paper addresses the uncanny valley effect of humanoids from a gender studies perspective. On that account it suggests to link the construction of the … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] Talk to me: getting personal with interactive art [PDF] from psu.edu K Cleland – Interaction: systems, practice and theory, 2004 – Citeseer … I will be discussing four key aspects of this interaction: the ‘interactive moment’ where the audience is engaged by and taken up in interaction with the technological ‘other’; the ‘Eliza effect’ which describes the way humans attribute meaning to the content of the interaction … Cited by 6 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

[PDF] Subversive Mobile Storytelling [PDF] from brianhouse.net B House – 2007 – brianhouse.net … printout. ‘I’ve just had a breakthrough with my analyst,’ the secretary explained. This is what is known as the ‘ELIZA effect’: “attributing greater intelligence or intentionality to a machine than it possesses.”12 Though not literary per se, ELIZA shows how a user is … Related articles – View as HTML

Social Interaction With Computers [PDF] from sfu.ca H Pruijt – Social science computer review, 2006 – ssc.sagepub.com … Hofstadter (1980, p. 600) called this phenomenon the “ELIZA Effect.” Explanations advanced include the users’ technical naivety,5 an increasingly mechanical worldview (Weizenbaum, 1984), a general capability that people have to momentarily suspend disbelief (Turkle, 1997 … Cited by 2 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 7 versions

Fifty years of research in artificial intelligence HR Ekbia – Annual Review of Information Science and …, 2010 – Wiley Online Library Skip to Main Content. … Related articles – All 2 versions

Computer, know thyself: exploring consciousness via self-aware machines [PDF] from pdf-archive.com S Donaldson, J Kawell… – Proceedings of the 49th Annual …, 2011 – dl.acm.org … Similar conclusions apply to a robot which seeks to recharge itself solely because it detects that its battery is in a certain state. Surely there is the potential for a type of “Eliza effect” [12] in the arena of self-awareness (comparable to that possible in the realm of intelligence). … Related articles – All 2 versions

Humanoid social robots as a medium of communication [PDF] from temple.edu S Zhao – New Media & Society, 2006 – nms.sagepub.com … When humanoid social robots are made virtually indistinguishable from humans at the interface level, they produce what is known as the ‘Eliza Effect’ (Bates, 1992), the phenomenon where individuals think that they are communicating with a real person when in fact they are … Cited by 13 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 7 versions

[PDF] The confederate effect in human-machine textual interaction [PDF] from wseas.us H Shah… – Proceedings of the 5th WSEAS international …, 2005 – wseas.us … Contests [1] provide an annual instantiation of Alan Turing’s imitation game [2]. They serve as a platform for Turing’s operational test for machine intelligence measured through entries’ linguistic productivity (li.p). The 2003 Contest exhibited both the Eliza Effect [3]: tendency to … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

A conversational agent as museum guide-design and evaluation of a real-world application [PDF] from homelinux.com S Kopp, L Gesellensetter, N Krämer… – Intelligent Virtual …, 2005 – Springer … with rule-based, adeptly mod- eled small talk. During the last years, this genre of conversational agents revived as so-called chatterbots on the web, still making use of the ‘Eliza-effect’. To name the most elaborated one, ALICE … Cited by 117 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 16 versions

Writing in a Culture of Simulation [PDF] from itu.dk CR Miller – Towards a rhetoric of everyday life: new directions in …, 2003 – books.google.com … Mauldin, 1994b). 10 The Turing Test and the Eliza Effect In the AI (artificial intelligence) community there has been much dis- cussion about the value of the Turing test as well as the way the Loebner competition realizes it. One … Cited by 21 – Related articles – All 4 versions

Effects of age on associating virtual and embodied toys S Okita – CyberPsychology & Behavior, 2004 – online.liebertpub.com … See- ing such powerful compelling bond between the user and computer program, psychologists coined the term “Eliza effect” to describe how people have a willingness to see dumb objects with the full at- tributes of intelligence. … Cited by 7 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 7 versions

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What can automation tell us about agency? CR Miller – Rhetoric Society Quarterly, 2007 – Taylor & Francis … View all notes. We go out of our way to construct a human relationship: the “Eliza effect,” or the attribution of intelligence and sympathy to an early computer program that simulated a psychotherapist is perhaps the most notorious example (Weizenbaum). … Cited by 14 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 2 versions

[PDF] Neuro Innovations [PDF] from neuroinnovations.com E Hypnotherapy – 2008 – neuroinnovations.com Page 1. Computer and Technology Enhanced Hypnotherapy and Psychotherapy. A review of current and emerging techologies: 2008. (c) Bill Frost 2008 Version History ? 31 Oct 2007 First draft finalised ? 19 Nov 2007 After initial reviews and edits … View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Intentional systems and the artificial intelligence (ai) hermeneutic network: Agency and intentionality in expressive computational systems [PDF] from gatech.edu J Zhu – 2009 – stac.lcc.gatech.edu … 1 1.1 The ELIZA Effect . . . . . 3 … ality. 1.1 The ELIZA Effect From the vantage point of the designers and engineers of digital systems and artifacts, the phrase “the ELIZA Effect” is used to describe the phenomenon that occurs when … Cited by 6 – Related articles – View as HTML – Library Search – All 13 versions

[BOOK] Twelve examples of illusion J Westerhoff – 2010 – books.google.com Page 1. TWELVE EXAMPLES OF ILLUSION Page 2. WELV TEES OF ILLUSION G? 3 JAN WESTERHOFF l XAMPLE ‘F! ~ Page 3. TWELVE EXAMPLES OF ILLUSION Page 4. This page intentionally left blank Page 5. JAN WESTERHOFF … Library Search – All 2 versions

[PDF] Intermediation: The pursuit of a vision [PDF] from williamwolff.org NK Hayles – New Literary History, 2007 – williamwolff.org … dynamics are emergent and interactive, the programs create the computational equivalent of “under- standing” the problem, unlike programs that merely encourage the illu- sion of comprehension while understanding nothing (which Hofstadter calls the Eliza effect, after Joseph … Cited by 15 – Related articles – View as HTML – BL Direct – All 10 versions

[PDF] Consideration of machine consciousness in the context of mental therapy from psychological and sociological perspectives [PDF] from aisb.org.uk T Nomura, K Takaishi… – Proc. the Symposium on Next …, 2005 – aisb.org.uk … of diag- nosis and treatment in psychiatry. In addition, Turkle (1995) mentioned Eliza effect showing that humans tend to overestimate intelligent capability of computer programs. These statements imply that even current machines … Cited by 2 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

Narrative abstraction for organizational simulations JH Murray – Organizational Simulation, 2005 – Wiley Online Library … Page 11. Narrative Abstraction for Organizational Simulations 309 environments where the “Eliza effect” as it is sometimes called causes interactors to assume that the system is more intelligent than it is, to assume that events reflect a greater causality than they actually do. … Cited by 2 – Related articles – All 2 versions

[BOOK] Affect and Artificial Intelligence [PDF] from duke.edu EA Wilson – 2010 – books.google.com Page 1. A?ec?f & Arrg?cmf Inteilzgen-:2 ELIZABETH A WILSDIN Page 2. AFFECT AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE Elizabeth A. Wilson UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS Seattle and London Page 3. This book is published … Cited by 3 – Related articles – Library Search – All 5 versions

[PDF] Engineering ethics and computer ethics: Twins separated at birth [PDF] from ccsu.edu BM O’connell… – Techné: Research in Philosophy and …, 2004 – cs.ccsu.edu … The “Eliza effect” (23), is appropriately named after a Weizenbaum program created to study aspects of text scripting, but which gained unanticipated fame for fostering illusions of intelligence in many who observed its operation (22). … Cited by 7 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 6 versions

[PDF] Encounters with kismet and cog: Children respond to relational artifacts [PDF] from mit.edu S Turkle, C Breazeal, O Dasté… – … Media: Transformations in …, 2006 – mit.edu … Heather shows the researchers the sign language that she would teach Kismet, including the signs she know for “house,” “eat,” and “I love you.” (S52, session 17) Perseverance through the “ELIZA effect” Children want the robots to be responsive. … Cited by 6 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 6 versions

Virtual Babyz: Believable agents with narrative intelligence [HTML] from cmu.edu A Stern – ADVANCES IN CONSCIOUSNESS RESEARCH, 2002 – aaai.org … 1998). To be sure, the user’s subjective experience was enhanced by the “Eliza effect” — the tendency for people to treat programs that respond to them as if they had more intelligence than they really do (Weizenbaum, 1966). … Cited by 22 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 5 versions

[BOOK] Integration of World Knowledge for Natural Language Understanding E Ovchinnikova – 2012 – books.google.com Page 1. INTEGRATION DF WORLD KNOWLEDGE FOR NATURAL LANGUAGE UNDERSTANDING EKATERINA UVCHINNIKDVA ATLANTIS THINKING MACHINES SERIES EDITIJR K.-U. KUHNBERGER Al’LA||Y|s PRESS Page 2. … Related articles

Virtual Babyz [PDF] from sentimentaltoday.net A Stern – Narrative intelligence, 2003 – books.google.com … sleep. To be sure, the user’s subjective experience is enhanced by the ” Eliza effect”-the tendency for people to treat programs that respond to them as if they had more intelligence than they really do (Weizenbaum 1966). But … Related articles – All 3 versions

A self-watching model of analogy-making and perception [PDF] from slc.edu JB Marshall – Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial …, 2006 – Taylor & Francis Cited by 6 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 18 versions

Robotic Poetics W Winder – A companion to digital humanities, 2004 – Wiley Online Library … The single most common step is to borrow the reader’s subjectivity by implicating him or her in the construction of the text. This transfer of subjectivity is no doubt the source of the Eliza effect: readers fill in what the computer leaves blank. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – All 3 versions

Decision making naturalized: the interweaving of the unconscious, the emotional and the rational in decisions taken in a contigent world [PDF] from fgv.br AD Oliveira – 2012 – bibliotecadigital.fgv.br Page 1. FUNDAÇÃO GETULIO VARGAS ESCOLA’BRASILEIRA’DE’ADMINISTRAÇÃO’ PÚBLICA’E’DE’EMPRESAS’ MESTRADO EM ADMINISTRAÇÃO PÚBLICA ‘ DECISION MAKING NATURALIZED: THE INTERWEAVING OF …

System and method for generating robot genome KH Lee, KC Kim… – US Patent 7,937,337, 2011 – Google Patents Page 1. USO07937337B2 <12) United States Patent <10) Patent No.: US 7,937,337 B2 Lee et al. (45) Date of Patent: May 3, 2011 (54) SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR GENERATING OTHER PUBLICATIONS ROBOT GENOME Jong-Hwan et al. … Related articles – All 5 versions

[BOOK] The way we think: Conceptual blending and the mind’s hidden complexities G Fauconnier… – 2003 – books.google.com … CHINKS IN THE ARMOR The spectacular success of form approaches in many domains, combined with the Eliza effect, which leads us to see forms as carrying far more meaning than they actually do, naturally encouraged people to develop these approaches as far as they … Cited by 2149 – Related articles – Library Search – All 9 versions

I, Apparatus, You A Technosocial Introduction to Creative Practice [PDF] from psu.edu J Weight – Convergence: The International Journal of Research …, 2006 – con.sagepub.com … (Kurd, c.2001) Kurd anthropomorphicizes the apparatus by conflating the apparatus and its human programmer. However, Kurd cannot wholly be blamed for his uncanny interpretation, because Kurzweil consciously sought the ‘Eliza effect’ (Aarseth, 1997: 130). … Cited by 6 – Related articles – BL Direct – All 3 versions

Subject lndex ARSA Reasoner – Emotions in humans and artifacts, 2002 – books.google.com … See Knowledge acquisition Dialog. See Conversational dialog Display rules, 196, 254-255, 260 Disposition, 70, 202, 294, 301 feedback facility of, 300-301 Drive, physiological, 253, 257 Drives, 5 Education, computer-aided, 180 Elegance, 7 Eliza effect, 353 Emergence, 95111 …

[HTML] Designing for learning through multimodal production: Film narrative and spectatorship in Director’s Cut [HTML] from uwi.edu A Deacon, A Morrison, J Stadler – International Journal of …, 2005 – ijedict.dec.uwi.edu … cut effect. 8 Essentially this exploits the ‘Eliza effect’ that depends on students believing that the feedback is actually intelligent even though the mechanism is a simple automated response (Hofstader 1995). Here tutors play … Cited by 6 – Related articles – Cached – All 6 versions

[PDF] What Production of Presence and Mimesis have in Common [PDF] from temple.edu J Söffner – Proceedings of the 9th International Workshop on …, 2006 – temple.edu … Though it is well known that machines have no intentions – and therefore they cannot lie. Humans can lie – also and especially if they construct avatars. So why should deception be an aspect of machines? Considering the so called “Eliza Effect” (cf. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML

[PDF] “Nursing ICT” Methodological Approach to Analyse Patients’ Needs and Expectations [PDF] from emis.de K Heuwinkel – Proceedings of the 1st European Conference on …, 2006 – subs.emis.de … A fundamental prerequisite is that this kind of communication is based upon and integrated into a social relationship in order to avoid an Eliza effect. Related topics are individualisation and customisation. Both are prominent topics in ICT research. … Cited by 1 – Related articles – View as HTML – All 2 versions

[PDF] Implications of the Virtual University Experience [PDF] from aair.org.au S Nimon – OECD Observer, 2005 – aair.org.au … Greenfield notes the strong tendency in human beings to anthropomorphise inanimate objects, noting through the success of toys such as Furby and the Tamagotchi how few signals are necessary to trigger this instinct.51 Turkle describes the ELIZA effect, in which “[v]ery small … Related articles – View as HTML – All 4 versions

Universal design and accessibility: an approach of the influence of muscle strength loss in the risk of falls in the elderly P Reis, A Moro, V Bins Ely, C Fernandes… – Work: A Journal of …, 2012 – IOS Press … Braz. j. otorhinolaryngol 76(2010), 219-224. [7] RRBritto, L.Santiago and R.Eliza, Effect of exercise training in functional capacity of institucionalizes elderly, Textos En- velhecimento, UNATI, Rio de Janeiro 8(2005),262-268. [8 … Related articles – All 2 versions

On making believable emotional agents believable [PDF] from northwestern.edu A Ortony – Trappl et al.(Eds.)(2002), 2002 – books.google.com … If we take a broad view of believability-one that takes us beyond trying to induce an illusion of life through what Stern (chapter 12 of this volume) refers to as the” Eliza effect,” to the idea of generating behavior that is genuinely plausible-then we have to do more than just … Cited by 189 – Related articles – All 7 versions

[PDF] David L. Dorr, BS, BCA, MS [PDF] from verizon.net J Young – 2006 – mysite.verizon.net … games are also believed to encourage deep learning by incorporating several other features or factors. Video games are believed to elicit in some what is called the Eliza effect where people form compelling bonds with the programs (Okita, 2004). In psychology, the Eliza … Related articles – View as HTML

A study in responsiveness in spoken dialog [PDF] from pitt.edu N Ward… – International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 2003 – Elsevier Cited by 16 – Related articles – All 9 versions

Websites are capable of reflecting a particular human temperament: fact or fad? [PDF] from up.ac.za A Theron – 2008 – upetd.up.ac.za Page 1. Page 1 of 143 WEBSITES ARE CAPABLE OF REFLECTING A PARTICULAR HUMAN TEMPERAMENT: FACT OR FAD? Mini-dissertation by ANNATJIE THERON (92040757) submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree … Related articles – Library Search – All 3 versions

[PDF] General Agent Learning Using First Person [PDF] from auckland.ac.nz SG Logs – 2008 – cs.auckland.ac.nz … unpredictably and destroy this illusion. This can be equated in academic terms as relying on the ‘Eliza Effect’ (Weizenbaum, 1966), “..in which people see subtlety, un- derstanding, and emotion in an agent as long as the agent does not actively destroy the … Related articles – View as HTML – All 3 versions

Winning, Losing, and Changing the Rules: The Rhetoric of Poetry Contests and Competition [PDF] from gsu.edu M Pietrzykowski – 2007 – digitalarchive.gsu.edu … of meaning-making–recedes and the process of meaning-making itself comes to the fore, something like the Buddhist concept of “mindfulness.” The fact that we think we are being swept away by the words (or voice) of the poet is an example of the Eliza effect, which involves … Related articles – All 7 versions

[BOOK] Digitally implemented interactive fiction: Systematic development and validation of” Mole, PI”, a multimedia adventure for third grade readers [PDF] from usf.edu D Haunstetter – 2008 – books.google.com Page 1. Digitally Implemented Interactive Fiction: Systematic Development and Validation of “Mole, PI”, a Multimedia Adventure for Third Grade Readers by Denise Haunstetter A dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the … Cited by 1 – Related articles – Library Search – All 5 versions

Jenny Weight [PDF] from rmit.edu.au P IDENTITIES – 2006 – researchbank.rmit.edu.au Page 1. THE TECHNOSOCIAL MEDIASCAPE : PRODUCING IDENTITIES A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Jenny Weight BA (Hons); MA School of Applied Communication Design and the Social Context … Related articles