Computational Humor 2018


Notes:

  • Automated humor
  • Automatic humor

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100 Best Heather Knight Videos | Humor Generation 2018Humor Recognition 2018


Reverse-Engineering Satire, or “Paper on Computational Humor Accepted Despite Making Serious Advances”
R West, E Horvitz – arXiv preprint arXiv:1901.03253, 2019 – arxiv.org
Humor is an essential human trait. Efforts to understand humor have called out links between humor and the foundations of cognition, as well as the importance of humor in social engagement. As such, it is a promising and important subject of study, with relevance …

Exploring Mainstream Natural Language Processing Techniques and Their Application to Computational Humor
D Khanna – 2018 – oaktrust.library.tamu.edu
The purpose of this study is to document the creation of a software prototype that attempts to generate fact (s) about a variety of subjects in a legible English language format. Said prototype builds on top of an existing Natural Language Generation (NLG) research project …

Computational Modeling of Conversational Humor in Psychotherapy.
A Ramakrishna, T Greer, DC Atkins, S Narayanan – Interspeech, 2018 – sail.usc.edu
… and emotional transformation in the receiver [16]. Linguistic features have been developed to capture this incongruity with some success in computational humor recognition systems [17]. However these have been limited to …

Computational recognition and comprehension of humor in the context of a general error investigation system
A Taylor – 2018 – dspace.mit.edu
Page 1. Computational Recognition and Comprehension of Humor in the Context of a General Error Investigation System by Ada Taylor BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2016) Submitted to the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science …

Computational Humour: Analysis and Generation of Humorous Texts in Hindi
S Aggarwal – 2018 – web2py.iiit.ac.in
Humour is an intricate part of human behaviour and a valued quality when developing interpersonal relationships. It is an interesting and challenging domain to work in owing to its subjectivity. Humour is one of the most sophisticated forms of human intelligence and …

Conversational humor recognition and generation through deep learning
D Bertero – 2019 – repository.ust.hk
… Research on computational humor, especially in conversations, is very scarce, and it is hard for machines to understand humorous utterances, and to generate appropriate jokes for the situation. We first propose a novel framework to recognize humor in dialogues …

Overview of HAHA at IberLEF 2019: Humor analysis based on human annotation
L Chiruzzo, S Castro, M Etcheverry, D Garat… – Proceedings of the …, 2019 – ceur-ws.org
… Keywords: Humor · Computational Humor · Humor Detection · Nat- ural Language Processing 1 Introduction … The aim of this task is to gain better insight in what is humorous and what causes laughter, while at the same time fostering the Computational Humor field …

Computational Analysis of Humour
V Ahuja – 2019 – web2py.iiit.ac.in
… v Page 6. Abstract In this thesis we mainly focus on three major aspects of computational humour recognition. We start with categorizing humour based on the classical theories of humour along with features like theme, emo- tions and topics …

Automatic joke generation: learning humor from examples
T Winters, V Nys, D De Schreye – International Conference on Distributed …, 2018 – Springer
Computational humor systems often employ explicit rules encoding assumptions about what constitutes a funny joke … Abstract. Computational humor systems often employ explicit rules encoding assumptions about what constitutes a funny joke …

Humor in Word Embeddings: Cockamamie Gobbledegook for Nincompoops
L Gultchin, G Patterson, N Baym, N Swinger… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2019 – arxiv.org
… This can be explained by Freud’s view of humor, as a venting mechanism for social taboos. This was also discussed in the context of computational humor by Mihalcea et al. Mihalcea & Strapparava (2005) … 2.1 Related work in computational humor …

Towards a General Framework for Humor Generation from Rated Examples
T Winters, V Nys, D De Schreye – … . net/iccc2019/assets …, 2019 – lirias.kuleuven.be
… While there already exist sev- eral computational humor systems that can successfully gen- erate jokes, their joke generation models, parameters or even both are often fixed. In this paper, we propose GOOFER, a general framework …

Generating Document Embeddings for Humor Recognition using Tensor Decomposition
E Papalexakis, X Ma – 2019 – ceur-ws.org
… Keywords: Computational Humor · Humor Recognition · Tensor De- composition 1 Introduction Humor is an integral part of human interaction. It can be used to defuse tense situations, increase likeability, or even for pure entertainment …

Fuzziness and Humor: Aspects of Interaction and Computation
JT Rayz, V Raskin – International Fuzzy Systems Association World …, 2019 – Springer
… maximizing the membership functions. Keywords. Computational humor Linguistic theories of humor Scripts Fuzziness of natural language Fuzziness of humor. Download conference paper PDF. 1 Introduction. The scientific study …

Shaping a social robot’s humor with Natural Language Generation and socially-aware reinforcement learning
H Ritschel, E André – Proceedings of the Workshop on NLG for Human …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… 2 Related Work We split up related work in two research areas: (1) computational humor and experiments, which investigate how to generate and present jokes, as well as the role of humor for robots (2) adapta- tion of social robots with focus on Reinforcement Learning. 12 …

Humor Facilitation of Polarized Events
A Valitutti – International Conference on Distributed, Ambient, and …, 2018 – Springer
… generate playfully sarcastic comments automatically. Keywords. Computational humor Interactive humor Humor facilitation Humorous agents. Download conference paper PDF. 1 Introduction. Humor facilitators are humorous …

Formalizing humor: A response to Christian Hempelmann and Julia Taylor Rayz
E Oring – Humor, 2019 – degruyter.com
Jump to ContentJump to Main Navigation …

Recognizing humour using word associations and humour anchor extraction
A Cattle, X Ma – Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… This makes computational humour a challenging yet very intriguing problem for natural language process- ing (NLP). As such, it is no surprise that computational humour, and humour recognition in particular, has received increased …

Recognizing Humor in Portuguese: First Steps
A Clemêncio, A Alves, HG Oliveira – EPIA Conference on Artificial …, 2019 – Springer
… Keywords. Natural Language Processing Text classification Computational Humor Humor recognition … Computational Humor [3] is a field of Artificial Intelligence that uses computers for detecting, analyzing or producing humor …

Automation and Optimisation of Humor Trait Generation in a Vocal Dialogue System
M Riou, S Huet, B Jabaian, F Lefèvre – Proceedings of the Workshop on …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… Christian F Hempelmann, Victor Raskin, and Katrina E Triezenberg. 2006. Computer, Tell Me a Joke … but Please Make it Funny: Computational Humor with Ontological Semantics. FLAIRS Conference. Matthijs P Mulder and Antinus Nijholt. 2002 …

What makes us laugh? Investigations into Automatic Humor Classification
V Ahuja, T Bali, N Singh – Proceedings of the Second Workshop on …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… In AAAI, pages 4444–4451. Oliviero Stock and Carlo Strapparava. 2006. Laugh- ing with hahacronym, a computational humor sys- tem. In PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, volume 21, page 1675 …

Research on Humor Recognition
D Zhang, W Song, X Liu, L Liu… – 2018 IEEE 9th …, 2018 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… Purandare and Litman analyzed humor spoken conversations by detecting acoustic- prosodic, linguistic-feature and the usefulness of humor recognition [9]. Taylor analyzed the computational language and semantics of computational humor, and discussed an ontology based …

Humor detection in english-hindi code-mixed social media content: Corpus and baseline system
A Khandelwal, S Swami, SS Akhtar… – arXiv preprint arXiv …, 2018 – arxiv.org
… Automatic Humor Recognition is the task of determining whether a text contains some level of humorous content or not. First conference on Computational humor was organized in 1996, since then many research have been done in this field. Kao et al …

Systematizing Creativity: A Computational View
T Veale, FA Cardoso, RP y Pérez – Computational Creativity, 2019 – Springer
Page 1. Chapter 1 Systematizing Creativity: A Computational View Tony Veale, F. Am?lcar Cardoso and Rafael Pérez y Pérez Abstract Creativity is a long-cherished and widely studied aspect of human behavior that allows us to reinvent the familiar and to imagine the new …

“Is This A Joke?”: A Large Humor Classification Dataset
F Faruqi, M Shrivastava – 15th International Conference on …, 2018 – researchgate.net
… ac. in Abstract Humor is an essential characteristic of lan- guage. It has been a topic of research in linguistics and philosophy from historical times. In computer science, computational humor, as a part of Natural Language Pro- cessing, is a growing area of research …

Large Dataset and Language Model Fun-Tuning for Humor Recognition
V Blinov, V Bolotova-Baranova… – Proceedings of the 57th …, 2019 – aclweb.org
… Evaluation of the trained model on several test collections of Russian jokes shows that it has not been overfitted and generalizes well. The compiled dataset publicly available1. We hope that the resource will intensify research on multilingual computational humor …

Oppositions, overlaps, and ontologies: The general theory of verbal humor revisited
E Oring – Humor, 2019 – degruyter.com
AbstractThe General Theory of Verbal Humor (GTVH) has dominated the discussion of humor theory for the last quarter of a century. It generated a great deal of interest in humor studies by scholars both within and outside the discipline of linguistics. Problems are resident in GTVH …

Overview of the HAHA Task: Humor Analysis Based on Human Annotation at IberEval 2018.
S Castro, L Chiruzzo, A Rosá – IberEval@ SEPLN, 2018 – ceur-ws.org
… We summarize the submitted systems and present the general results for both tasks. Keywords: Humor · Computational Humor · Humor Detection · Natural Language Processing … 1 See [12] for a comprehensive report about Humor and Computational Humor. Page 2 …

“All the world’sa stage”: incongruity humour revisited
A Nijholt – Annals of Mathematics and Artificial Intelligence, 2018 – Springer
… Keywords Philosophy of humour · Incongruity humour · Humour theories · Human-computer interaction · Human-robot interaction · Computational humour · Smart environments Mathematics Subject Classification (2010) 01-02 · 68T01 · 68T50 · 91C99 …

Visual Text Mining: Discovery of Incongruity in Humor Modeling
B Kovalerchuk – Visual Knowledge Discovery and Machine Learning, 2018 – Springer
… While improvements can be made, the results are encouraging. Related Work. Both Computational Humor and Text Visualization as fields have seen extensive activity lately, but tend to work on separate topics. Computational …

Stierlitz Meets SVM: Humor Detection in Russian
A Ermilov, N Murashkina, V Goryacheva… – Conference on Artificial …, 2018 – Springer
… We implemented a wide range of text features and conducted a comparative study of their impact on the classification quality. The obtained results form a strong baseline for future research in the field of a computational humor on Russian language data …

From word play to world play: introducing humor in human-computer interaction
A Nijholt – Proceedings of the 36th European Conference on …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… In November 2017 computational humor and AI researchers, comedy writers and stand-up comedians met in Oxford to discuss such possibilities, for example, using the computer to create jokes that are based on a current event by providing an unexpected view on the event …

Generating Dutch Punning Riddles about Current Affairs
T Winters – Presented at the 29th Meeting of Computational …, 2019 – lirias.kuleuven.be
… procedural generation. Abstract: Computational humor is a field within computational creativity, pushing computers towards the understanding and generation of one of the quintessentially human aspects of communication, humor …

Separating Content and Structure in Humor Appreciation
S Heintz – Journal of Individual Differences, 2019 – econtent.hogrefe.com
Abstract. The present study empirically tests a bimodal model of humor appreciation. In this model, individual differences in evaluating jokes and cartoons are attributed to their contents (sexual …

Pragmatics and theory of mind in older adults’ humor comprehension
L Bischetti, I Ceccato, S Lecce, E Cavallini… – Current Psychology, 2019 – Springer
Page 1. Pragmatics and theory of mind in older adults’ humor comprehension Luca Bischetti1 & Irene Ceccato2 & Serena Lecce2 & Elena Cavallini2 & Valentina Bambini1 © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2019 …

Heterographic pun identification model based on multi-dimensional semantic relationships
L XU, H LIN, R QI, L YANG – SCIENTIA SINICA Informationis, 2018 – engine.scichina.com
… [15] Lin HF, Zhang DY, Yang L, et al. Computational humor researches and applications. J Shandong Univ, 2016, 7: 1–10. Google Scholar http://scholar.google.com/scholar_lookup?title= Lin HF, Zhang DY, Yang L, et al. Computational humor researches and applications …

How to evaluate humorous response generation, seriously?
P Braslavski, V Blinov, V Bolotova… – Proceedings of the 2018 …, 2018 – dl.acm.org
… KEYWORDS computational humor; conversational systems; evaluation; crowd- sourcing ACM Reference Format: Pavel Braslavski, Vladislav Blinov, Valeria Bolotova, and Katya Pertsova. 2018 … In computational humor studies, humorous vs …

Comparing Jokes with NLP: How Far Can Joke Vectors Take Us?
X Jing, C Talekar, JT Rayz – International Conference on Distributed …, 2018 – Springer
… similarity. Keywords. Doc2vec Computational humor General theory of verbal humor Clustering. Download conference paper PDF. 1 Introduction. The usefulness and motivations of computational humor have been intensely discussed …

Stand-up Comedy and Humor by Robots1
A Nijholt, L Ruiz Miyares – 16th International Symposium on …, 2019 – researchgate.net
… direct test of srct theory. Hum.-Comput. Interact. 14(4), 395–435, 2000. [6] HW Tinholt, A. Nijholt. Computational Humour: Utilizing Cross-Reference Ambiguity for Conversational Jokes. In: 7th International Workshop on Fuzzy …

President Vows to Cut< Taxes> Hair: Dataset and Analysis of Creative Text Editing for Humorous Headlines
N Hossain, J Krumm, M Gamon – arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.00274, 2019 – arxiv.org
… com Abstract We introduce, release, and analyze a new dataset, called Humicroedit, for research in computational humor. Our … agreement. We introduce Humicroedit, a novel dataset for research in computational humor. First …

Inside Jokes: Identifying Humorous Cartoon Captions Algorithmically
D Shahaf, E Horvitz, R Mankoff – The Languages of Humor …, 2018 – books.google.com
… However, there have been only a limited number of contributions toward computational humor prototypes … Computer Science. The JAPE punning-riddle generator (Binsted and Ritchie 1994) is one of the first attempts at computational humor …

Predicting the Humorousness of Tweets Using Gaussian Process Preference Learning
T Miller, EL Do Dinh, E Simpson… – Proceedings of the Iberian …, 2019 – ceur-ws.org
… Keywords: Computational humour · Humour · Gaussian process preference learning · GPPL · Best–worst scaling 1 Introduction … Ph.D. thesis, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, USA (Aug 2003) 19. Hempelmann, CF: Computational humor: Beyond the pun …

Context and Humor: Understanding Amul advertisements of India
R Mamidi – arXiv preprint arXiv:1804.05398, 2018 – arxiv.org
… Page 13. Fig. 37. Rahul Gandhi travels in local train Acknowledgements. This work is supported by the Computational Humor Project no: LTRC-CPH- KCIS-78. I would also like to thank the anonymous reviewers for their comments that helped improve this paper. References …

Voice based chat-bot for College Management System
C Raavi, S Digvijay, MVA Mary – International Journal of Pure and …, 2018 – acadpubl.eu
… user during the dialogue. HumoristBot makes use of well founded techniques of computational humor and it has been implemented using the ALICE framework embedded into an Yahoo! Messenger client. It includes also an …

Locating eight comic styles in basic and broad concepts of humor: Findings from self-reports and behavior tests
S Heintz – Current Psychology, 2019 – Springer
Page 1. Locating eight comic styles in basic and broad concepts of humor: Findings from self-reports and behavior tests Sonja Heintz1 © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC, part of Springer Nature 2019 Abstract The aim …

The Comprehension of Jokes: A Cognitive Science Framework
G Ritchie – 2018 – taylorfrancis.com
… Connection Science, 5 , 5975. Katz, B. (1996). A neural invariant of humour. In J. Hulstijn & A. Nijholt (Eds.), Proceedings of the international workshop on computational humor (pp. 103109). Enschede, Netherlands. Katz, J. , & Langendoen, T. (1976) …

Political Humor Appreciation and Political Dogmatism: The Role of Benign, Subversive, Undermining, and Supportive Humor Types
K Murti, T Prayoga, J Abraham… – … International Journal of …, 2018 – papers.ssrn.com
Page 1. Political Humor Appreciation and Political Dogmatism: The Role of Benign, Subversive, Undermining, and Supportive Humor Types Kharisma Murti, Bina Nusantara University, Indonesia Tommy Prayoga, Bina Nusantara …

Oppositions, overlaps, and ontologies–a response to Elliott Oring
JT Rayz – Humor, 2019 – degruyter.com
Jump to ContentJump to Main Navigation …

Exploring Lexical-Semantic Knowledge in the Generation of Novel Riddles in Portuguese
HG Oliveira, R Rodrigues – Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… Their generation is closely related to the topic of Computational Humour (Ritchie et al., 2006), which studies the utilisation of humour by computers, with value for Natural Language Understanding — specifically, developing models for automatically recognising and …

The Languages of Humor: Verbal, Visual, and Physical Humor
A Sover – 2018 – books.google.com
… Dafna Shahaf, Eric Horvitz and Robert Mankoff, in their article “Inside Jokes: Identifying Humorous Cartoon Captions Algorithmically,” deal with a relatively new field in humor research, which is named “computational humor.” Their article, which is based on computer analysis …

Embedded System based Bangla Intelligent Social Virtual Robot with Sentiment Analysis
MY Hossain, I Hossain, M Banik… – 2018 Joint 7th …, 2018 – ieeexplore.ieee.org
… based voice chat bot using black box approach. In 2008 A paper called “Humorist Bot: Bringing Computational Humor in a Chat-Bot System” presented the idea of building bot with humor. The bot will also change its expression …

Automatic Target Recovery for Hindi-English Code Mixed Puns
S Aggarwal, K Mathur, R Mamidi – arXiv preprint arXiv:1806.04535, 2018 – arxiv.org
… Puns are a hugely versatile and commonly used literary device and it is essential to include them in any comprehensive approach to computational humour. In this paper, we consider Hindi-English code-mixed puns and aim to automatically recover their targets …

A neural approach to pun generation
Z Yu, J Tan, X Wan – Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the …, 2018 – aclweb.org
Page 1. Proceedings of the 56th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (Long Papers), pages 1650–1660 Melbourne, Australia, July 15 – 20, 2018. c 2018 Association for Computational Linguistics 1650 A Neural Approach to Pun Generation …

Computersupported human creativity and human-supported computer creativity
L Gatti, G Ozbal, M Guerini, O Stock… – … : The philosophy and …, 2019 – books.google.com
… In this chapter, we describe our experience in building human-supported systems that display various forms of linguistic creativity. We first summarize our early explorations of computational humor, in particular GRAPHLAUGH, a system for the generation of homophonic puns …

Heterographic Pun Recognition via Pronunciation and Spelling Understanding Gated Attention Network
Y Diao, H Lin, L Yang, X Fan, D Wu, D Zhang… – The World Wide Web …, 2019 – dl.acm.org
Page 1. Heterographic Pun Recognition via Pronunciation and Spelling Understanding Gated Attention Network Yufeng Diao School of Computer Science and Technology Dalian University of Technology, Inner Mongolia University …

Computer-Supported Human Creativity and Human-Supported Computer Creativity in Language
L Gatti, G Özbal, M Guerini, O Stock… – Computational …, 2019 – Springer
… In this chapter, we describe our experience in building human-supported systems that display various forms of linguistic creativity. We first summarize our early explorations of computational humor, in particular GRAPHLAUGH, a system for the generation of homophonic puns …

Generating Original Jokes
T YEH, N FONG, N KERR, B COX, MH WANG – 2018 – cse.scu.edu
… If successful, however, computational humor would play an essential role in interpersonal communication between humans and computers … E. Scope of investigation Computational humor is relatively a new area with not a lot of advancements …

Towards Human-Engaged AI.
X Ma – IJCAI, 2018 – ijcai.org
… system [Ma and Cao, 2017; Sun et al., 2016]. We have also been working on building computational humor recognizers in social media [Cattle and Ma, 2018]. 4 Conclusion This paper presents an overview of the conceptual …

Measuring Conceptual Incongruity from Text-Based Annotations
N Srivastava – … Conference on Intelligent Human Computer Interaction, 2018 – Springer
… Ranjan, A., Srinivasan, N.: Dissimilarity in creative categorization. J. Creat. Behav. 44(2), 71–83 (2010)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 11. Ritchie, G.: Current directions in computational humour. Artif. Intell. Rev. 16(2), 119–135 (2001)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 12 …

Comparison of Pun Detection Methods Using Japanese Pun Corpus
M Yatsu, K Araki – Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… There is an interest in computational humour improving the quality of life (QOL) of the user, such as alleviating the psychological stress of the person expressing himself (Yamada et al., 2012), and improving depressive symptoms (Tsukawaki et al., 2011) …

Robotic Stand-Up Comedy: State-of-the-Art
A Nijholt – International Conference on Distributed, Ambient, and …, 2018 – Springer
… In 1996 we introduced the term ‘computational humor’ when we organized the first International Workshop on Computational Humor [2]. In this workshop we collected approaches to verbal humor that gave rise to an expectation that an algorithmic approach to humor could be …

The Possibility of the Generation of Literary Works by Abduction
A Abe – Post-Narratology Through Computational and …, 2019 – igi-global.com
… Puns) (http://www.abdn.ac.uk/jokingcomputer/). Their recent research on computational humor is available (Ritchie, 2009). Computational Word-Play: Associative Shiritori Associative shiritori (Matsuzawa, Abe, Kanasugi, & Nagamori …

The relation of humor structure appreciation with sensation seeking and judgments of complex-abstract art and sophisticated music
F Sulejmanov – Psihologija, 2018 – ceeol.com
… Separating content and structure in humor appreciation: The need for a bimodal model and support from research into aesthetics. In A. Nijhold (Ed.), 3rd International workshop on computational humor (pp. 23–27). Amsterdam, The Netherlands: University of Amsterdam …

Generating Philosophical Statements using Interpolated Markov Models and Dynamic Templates
T Winters – arXiv preprint arXiv:1909.09480, 2019 – arxiv.org
… The proposed algorithms are thus valuable new tools for automatic parody as well as template learning systems. Keywords: Natural Language Processing · Natural Language Genera- tion · Computational Humour · Computational Creativity 1 Introduction …

Slogatron: Advanced Wealthiness Generator
B Chandler, A Neupane – arXiv preprint arXiv:1809.09563, 2018 – arxiv.org
… [Ritchie et al. 2007] Ritchie, G.; Manurung, R.; Pain, H.; Waller, A.; Black, R.; and OMara, D. 2007. A practical application of computational humour. In Proceedings of the 4th International Joint Conference on Computational Cre- ativity, 91–98. [Ritchie2003] Ritchie, G. 2003 …

Cognitive Imaging: Using Knowledge Representation for Segmentation of MRA Data
VL Rayz, D Saloner, JM Rayz… – International Journal of …, 2018 – igi-global.com
… ComputationalSystems.AdvancedEngineeringInformation,27(1),4-12. Raskin, V., & Taylor, J. M. (2013). Towards the Cognitive Informatics of Natural Language: The Case of ComputationalHumor.International Journal of

Towards Identifying Humor and Author’s Gender in Code-mixed Social Media Content
A KHANDELWAL – 2019 – web2py.iiit.ac.in
… 8 2.3.1.2 Linguistic Theories of Humor . . . . . 10 2.3.2 Computational Humor Studies in Monolingual and Bilingual Texts . . . . 11 2.4 Gender Detection … 2.3.2 Computational Humor Studies in Monolingual and Bilingual Texts …

Conceptual Representations for Computational Concept Creation
A CARDOSO, J CORREIA, P MACHADO, P MARTINS… – 2019 – eecs.qmul.ac.uk
Page 1. 9 Conceptual Representations for Computational Concept Creation PING XIAO, HANNU TOIVONEN, and OSKAR GROSS, University of Helsinki AMÍLCAR CARDOSO, JOÃO CORREIA, PENOUSAL MACHADO, PEDRO …

A Brief Introduction to Natural Language Generation within Computational Creativity
B Burtenshaw – Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Computational …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… 22. URL: https : / / www . research . ed . ac . uk / portal / en / publications / computational – humor(4837fac1 – cffa – 4d55 – b456 – 1691a4db2308 ) /export . html (visited on 09/16/2018). [3] C. Callaway and J. Lester. “Narrative Prose Generation”. In: Articial Intelligence 139.2 (Aug …

EmoWordNet: Automatic expansion of emotion lexicon using English WordNet
G Badaro, H Jundi, H Hajj, W El-Hajj – Proceedings of the Seventh Joint …, 2018 – aclweb.org
… to the core set. They were able to annotate 2,874 synsets and 4,787 words. WordNet Affect was also tested in different applications such as affective text sens- ing systems and computational humor. WordNet Affect is of good …

Utilizing Crowdsourced Asynchronous Chat for Efficient Collection of Dialogue Dataset
K Ikeda, K Hoashi – Sixth AAAI Conference on Human Computation and …, 2018 – aaai.org
Page 1. Utilizing Crowdsourced Asynchronous Chat for Efficient Collection of Dialogue Dataset Kazushi Ikeda, Keiichiro Hoashi KDDI Research, Inc. {kz-ikeda, hoashi}@kddi-research.jp Abstract In this paper, we design a crowd …

Chatbol, a chatbot for the Spanish “La Liga”
C Segura, À Palau, J Luque, MR Costa-Jussà… – … Workshop on Spoken …, 2019 – Springer
… References. 1. Adrian I, Jean V (2016) Moocbuddy: a chatbot for personalized learning with moocs, vol 91Google Scholar. 2. Augello A, Saccone G, Gaglio S, Pilato G (2008) Humorist bot: Bringing computational humour in a chat-bot system …

Designing for Health Chatbots
A Fadhil, G Schiavo – arXiv preprint arXiv:1902.09022, 2019 – arxiv.org
Page 1. Designing for Health Chatbots Ahmed Fadhil1, Gianluca Schiavo2 1University of Trento, Trento, Italy 2I3, Fondazione Bruno Kessler, Trento, Italy *Corresponding authors: ahmed.fadhil@alumni.emu.edu.tr1, gschiavo@fbk.eu2 …

Gamer emotions in laughter
M O’Hagan, M Flanagan – Translation, Cognition & Behavior, 2018 – jbe-platform.com
Abstract This study is motivated by the assumption that today’s function-oriented game localisation approach has room for improvement by incorporating an affect-oriented approach. It draws on the concept of “affective framing” in a game with humour as “emotionally competent stimuli …

Creativity, Human and Transhuman: The Childhood Factor
ER Cruz – Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology, 2018 – pdcnet.org
Page 1. Techné: Research in Philosophy and Technology ISSN: 1091-8264 22:2 (2018): 158–190 DOI: 10.5840/techne201851582 Eduardo R. Cruz , Department of Religious Studies, Pontifical Catholic of São Paulo, Rua Monte …

Metis: A Scalable Natural-Language-Based Intelligent Personal Assistant for Maritime Services
N Gkanatsios, K Mermikli, S Katsikas – International Conference on …, 2018 – Springer
… In: Proceedings of the 2016 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing, pp. 1192–1202 (2016)Google Scholar. 9. Augello, A., Saccone, G., Gaglio, S., Pilato, G.: Humorist bot: Bringing computational humour in a chat-bot system …

Semantic relation classification through low-dimensional distributed representations of partial word sequences
Z Jin, C Shibata, K Tago – Nonlinear Theory and Its Applications …, 2019 – jstage.jst.go.jp
Page 1. NOLTA, IEICE Paper Semantic relation classification through low-dimensional distributed representations of partial word sequences Zhan Jin 1a), Chihiro Shibata 1b), and Kazuya Tago 1c) 1 School of Computer Science …

Cognitive Solutions in the Enterprise: A Case Study of UX Benefits and Challenges
JG Temple, BJ Burkhart, ET McFadden, CJ Elie… – … Conference on Applied …, 2019 – Springer
… References. 1. Lau, T.: Why PBD systems fail: lessons learned for usable AI. In: CHI 2008 Workshop on Usable AI (2008)Google Scholar. 2. Augello, A., Saccone, G., Gaglio, S., Pilato, G.: Humorist bot: bringing computational humour in a chat-bot system …

Creativity, Human and Transhuman
ER Cruz – 2018 – philarchive.org
… Savulescu, Julian and Nick Bostrom, eds. 2009. Human Enhancement. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Simon, John C. 2012. “Computational Humor: Promises and Pitfalls.” In Raskin and Taylor, 84-87. Sloman, Aaron. 2009 …

The Cognitive Component of Amusement
A Roberts – A Philosophy of Humour, 2019 – Springer
In this chapter, I define the cognitive component of amusement by critically assessing incongruity theories. In Section 1, I assess Early Incongruity Theory from Chapter 3, in Section 2, I assess…

The what and how of smart personal assistants: Principles and application domains for IS research
R Knote, A Janson, L Eigenbrod, M Söllner – 2018 – alexandria.unisg.ch
… 185–189 (2009) Page 13. 31. Augello, A., Saccone, G., Gaglio, S., Pilato, G.: Humorist Bot. Bringing Computational Humour in a Chat-Bot System. In: 2008 International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems, pp. 703–708. IEEE (2008) 32 …

Consequential Slapstick: Staging the Aristophanic Slapstick in Lysistrata
V Manteli – The Languages of Humor: Verbal, Visual, and …, 2018 – books.google.com
Page 405. 17 Consequential Slapstick: Staging the Aristophanic Slapstick in Lysistrata Vicky Manteli Introduction Attic Old Comedy (fifth century BC) is considered a unique comic genre with Aristophanes’ comic drama being its sole surviving representative …

Pleasures of the mind: What makes jokes and insight problems enjoyable
C Canestrari, E Branchini, I Bianchi, U Savardi… – Frontiers in …, 2018 – frontiersin.org
In this paper, a parallel analysis of the enjoyment derived from humor and insight problem solving is presented, with reference to a “general” Theory of the Pleasures of the Mind (TPM) (Kubovy, 1999) rather than to “local” theories regarding what makes humor and insight problem …

Generating a non-sexist corpus through gamification for automatic sexism detection
A Aghelmaleki – 2019 – kola.opus.hbz-nrw.de
Page 1. Generating a Non-Sexist Corpus Through Gamification for Automatic Sexism Detection Master’s Thesis in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Web Science submitted by Ali Aghelmaleki First Supervisor: JProf …

Survey of the state of the art in natural language generation: Core tasks, applications and evaluation
A Gatt, E Krahmer – Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 2018 – jair.org
Page 1. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research 61 (2018) 65-170 Submitted 02/17; published 01/18 Survey of the State of the Art in Natural Language Generation: Core tasks, applications and evaluation Albert Gatt albert.gatt@um.edu.mt …

Personality Matters! Improving The User Experience of Chatbot Interfaces-Personality provides a stable pattern to guide the design and behaviour of conversational …
TL Smestad – 2018 – ntnuopen.ntnu.no
Page 1. Personality Matters! Improving The User Experience of Chatbot Interfaces Personality provides a stable pattern to guide the design and behaviour of conversational agents Tuva Lunde Smestad Master in Interaction Design …

Understanding and remembering pragmatic inferences
A Kowalski – 2018 – drum.lib.umd.edu
Page 1. ABSTRACT Title of Dissertation: Understanding and remembering pragmatic inferences Alix Kowalski, Doctor of Philosophy, 2018 Dissertation directed by: Assistant Professor Yi Ting Huang, Hearing and Speech Sciences …

Delivering Usability in IT Products: Empirical Lessons from the Field
P Weichbroth – International Journal of Software Engineering and …, 2018 – World Scientific
Page 1. Delivering Usability in IT Products: Empirical Lessons from the Field Pawe? Weichbroth Department of Management WSB University in Gdansk, Gdansk, Poland pawel.weichbroth@hotmail.com Received 23 April 2017 …

Oral self-translation of stand-up comedy: from the mental text to performance and interaction.
G Palmieri – 2018 – epubs.surrey.ac.uk
Page 1. i Oral self-translation of stand-up comedy: From the mental text to performance and interaction by Giacinto Palmieri Submitted for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy University of Surrey Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Literature and Languages …

Creative economy and sustainable human development: a theoretical approach for convergences and divergences
G Fráguas Nobre – 2018 – dugi-doc.udg.edu
Page 1. CREATIVE ECONOMY AND SUSTAINABLE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT: A THEORETICAL APPROACH FOR CONVERGENCES AND DIVERGENCES Guilherme Fráguas Nobre Per citar o enllaçar aquest document: Para …

The Cambridge handbook of technology and employee behavior
RN Landers – 2019 – books.google.com
Page 1. THE CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF TECHNOLOGY AND EMPLOYEE BEHAVIOR Edited by Richard N. Landers Page 2. TH EC AM BR I DG EHA ND BO OK OF TE C HNOL OGY AND EM PL OYE EB EHAVI OR Experts …

Hannibal: Baroque Horror vacui and the Theater of Senses
A Ndalianis – Emotion and the Seduction of the Senses, Baroque …, 2018 – books.google.com
Page 290. Chapter 12 Hannibal: Baroque Horror vacui and the Theater of Senses Angela Ndalianis Introduction The television series Hannibal (NBC, 2013–15) is, without doubt, one of the most pow- erfully affect-driven shows ever to grace the television screen …

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