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1st ACM SIGCHI International Workshop on Investigating Social Interactions with Artificial Agents (ISIAA 2017), November 13, 2017, Glasgow, UK

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1st ACM SIGCHI International Workshop on Investigating Social Interactions with Artificial Agents (ISIAA 2017)

Frontmatter

Title Page
Message from the Chairs

Presentations

How Do Artificial Agents Think?
Thierry Chaminade
(Aix-Marseille University, France)
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Body Language without a Body: Nonverbal Communication in Technology Mediated Settings
Alessandro Vinciarelli
(University of Glasgow, UK)
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Dialogue Management in Task-Oriented Dialogue Systems
Philippe Blache
(Aix-Marseille University, France)
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Greta: A Conversing Socio-emotional Agent
Catherine Pelachaud
(CNRS, France; UPMC, France)
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Challenges for Adaptive Dialogue Management in the KRISTINA Project
Louisa Pragst, Juliana Miehle, Wolfgang Minker, and Stefan Ultes
(University of Ulm, Germany; Cambridge University, UK)
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En Route to a Better Integration and Evaluation of Social Capacities in Vocal Artificial Agents
Fabrice Lefèvre
(University of Avignon, France)
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Posters

A Corpus for Experimental Study of Affect Bursts in Human-Robot Interaction
Lucile Bechade, Kevin El Haddad, Juliette Bourquin, Stéphane Dupont, and Laurence Devillers
(University of Paris-Saclay, France; University of Mons, Belgium)
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Could a Virtual Agent Be Warm and Competent? Investigating User's Impressions of Agent's Non-verbal Behaviours
Beatrice Biancardi, Angelo Cafaro, and Catherine Pelachaud
(CNRS, France; UPMC, France)
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A Review of Evaluation Techniques for Social Dialogue Systems
Amanda Cercas Curry, Helen Hastie, and Verena Rieser
(Heriot-Watt University, UK)
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Introducing a ROS Based Planning and Execution Framework for Human-Robot Interaction
Christian Dondrup, Ioannis Papaioannou, Jekaterina Novikova, and Oliver Lemon
(Heriot-Watt University, UK)
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Dialog Acts in Greeting and Leavetaking in Social Talk
Emer Gilmartin, Brendan Spillane, Maria O’Reilly, Ketong Su, Christian Saam, Benjamin R. Cowan, Nick Campbell, and Vincent Wade
(Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; University College Dublin, Ireland)
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Social Talk: Making Conversation with People and Machine
Emer Gilmartin, Marine Collery, Ketong Su, Yuyun Huang, Christy Elias, Benjamin R. Cowan, and Nick Campbell
(Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Grenoble INP, France; University College Dublin, Ireland)
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Analyses of the Effects of Agents' Performing Self-Adaptors
Tomoko Koda
(Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan)
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Who Has to Do It? The Use of Personal Pronouns in Human-Human and Human-Robot-Interaction
Brigitte Krenn, Stephanie Gross, and Lisa Nussbaumer
(Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, Austria)
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Using Crowd-Sourcing for the Design of Listening Agents: Challenges and Opportunities
Catharine Oertel, Patrik Jonell, Kevin El Haddad, Eva Szekely, and Joakim Gustafson
(KTH, Sweden; University of Mons, Belgium)
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Intimately Intelligent Virtual Agents: Knowing the Human beyond Sensory Input
Deborah Richards
(Macquarie University, Australia)
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Integration and Evaluation of Social Competences such as Humor in an Artificial Interactive Agent
Matthieu Riou, Bassam Jabaian, Stéphane Huet, Thierry Chaminade, and Fabrice Lefèvre
(University of Avignon, France; Aix-Marseille University, France)
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Introducing ADELE: A Personalized Intelligent Companion
Brendan Spillane, Emer Gilmartin, Christian Saam, Ketong Su, Benjamin R. Cowan, Séamus Lawless, and Vincent Wade
(Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; University College Dublin, Ireland)
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Recognizing Emotions in Spoken Dialogue with Acoustic and Lexical Cues
Leimin Tian, Johanna D. Moore, and Catherine Lai
(University of Edinburgh, UK)
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Multi-Modal Social Interaction Recognition using View-Invariant Features
Rim Trabelsi, Jagannadan Varadarajan, Yong Pei, Le Zhang, Issam Jabri, Ammar Bouallegue, and Pierre Moulin
(Advanced Digital Sciences Center, Singapore; SAP, Singapore; Al Yamamah University, Saudi Arabia; National Engineering School of Tunis, Tunisia; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
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