Don’t Give Yourself Away: Cooperation Revisited


Nijholt, Anton (2008) Don’t Give Yourself Away: Cooperation Revisited. In: 20th Belgian-Netherlands Conference on Artificial Intelligence, BNAIC 2008, 30-31 October 2008, Boekelo, Netherlands (pp. pp. 349-350).

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Abstract:In the future, sensor-equipped environments will be able to detect, interpret and anticipate our intentions and feelings. While on one hand this allows more natural interaction between humans and human activity supporting intelligent environments, on the other hand it allows these environments to collect more information about the user than he or she finds desirable for a satisfactory interaction. That is, there are many human-human interaction situations where it is quite acceptable or even necessary that part of the intentions and feelings of one conversational partner remains hidden for the other. We will discuss research on ambient intelligence and human-computer interaction that allows us to introduce and discuss this problem and we illustrate our viewpoints with examples from our own research on virtual humans interacting with human partners that act, behave, and perform in environments equipped with sensors that capture and interpret human behaviour.
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Additional information:This is an extended abstract of a paper that was earlier published in the AISB 2008 proceedings.
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