Affective Computing for Future Consumer Electronics
As smart phones, smart TVs, and smart home appliances emerge to be mainstream in CE industry, human users’ satisfaction would require new level of intelligence beyond product functionality and usability of interaction. Neurological studies found that human emotion and other affective phenomena such as mood and personality not only complement human intelligence but a vital constituent of it. Affective computing aims to understand the role of human emotion or human affect in broader sense and utilize it to design human computer interaction. Affective computing was been studied in the domain of mission critical systems such as air traffic control, personal computers and service robots. As CE devices are equipped with increasing computational power and are connected to each other and to the internet, affective computing have promising opportunities benefit the user’s life by providing emotionally enriched experiences.
- Measurement and recognition of human affective states in various CE related environments such as home, mobile, and healthcare.
- Computational models and architecture of human emotion and machine emotion
- Methods and case studies of representing devices’ affective states and inducing affective responses to human users
- Methods and case studies of utilizing measured human emotion in improving user interaction in areas of multi-media, communication services, etc.
Authors are invited to submit regular technical papers or position papers. The position papers should present novel technologies at an early stage of development or share future vision. All the submissions should describe original, previously unpublished research, not currently under review by another conference or journal. Please submit the paper through EDAS.
Register by: September 6, 2011
Final Manuscript: October 10, 2011
Young Sang Choi, Ph.D. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Intelligent Computing Lab, Future IT Research Center, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd
Hosub Lee (email@example.com)
Intelligent Computing Lab, Future IT Research Center, Samsung Advanced Institute
of Technology (SAIT), Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.