AI: Syntax of Emotion
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Full transcript of talk + notes here: http://func-auton.net/emotion/emotion-barcamp.txt ...
Full transcript of talk + notes here: http://func-auton.net/emotion/emotion-barcamp.txt
Dimensional model of emotion, mostly unfruitful in academia due to presently unmeasurable nature of valence, may have some applications for AI.
Very abstract summary:
- Uncanny valley found to be valid for human appearance in non-realtime and realtime rendering.
- Will be just as applicable for AI behaviour, but that can't be abstracted.
- Most present efforts at simulating emotion are surface level, aesthetic rather than systemic.
- Academia riven over the nature of emotion, few functional models around, not empirically measurable for the most part.
- Data we can't measure can nonetheless be simulated.
- Dimensional model of emotion based on arousal and valence may be applicable for AI.
Talk originally given at BarCamp London 2, see http://func-auton.net/blog/?page_id=203 for more information.
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