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Computation of emotions in man and machines

This 2 day meeting will take place on Monday 20 and Tuesday 21 April 2009. For more information and to register, please visit royalsociety.org/events.


Charles Darwin highlighted the importance of emotional expression as part of human communication. Advances in computer technology now allow machines to recognise and express emotions, paving the way for improved human-computer and human-human communications. This meeting will present recent advances in neuroscience, theories of emotion and effect, their embodiment in computational systems, the implications for general communications, and broader applications.


Speaker(s):

Dr Simon Baron-Cohen | talks
Professor Amy Baylor | talks
Professor Cynthia Breazeal | talks
Professor Jeffrey Cohn | talks
Professor Roddy Cowie | talks
Professor Paul Ekman | talks
Professor Chris Frith FRS | talks
Professor Bill Gaver | talks
Professor Beatrice de Gelder | talks
Professor Ursula Hess | talks
Professor Kristina Hook | talks
Dr Maja Pantic | talks
Professor Catherine Pelachaud | talks
Professor Rosalind Picard | talks
Professor Klaus Scherer | talks
Professor Mel Slater | talks

 

Date and Time:

20 April 2009 at 8:30 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5AG
+44 20 74 51 2500
http://www.royalsociety.org

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Tickets:

Free

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Additional Information:

Nearest Tube: Piccadilly Circus or Charing Cross

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