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Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots
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Sapienta Machina: on an instrumented relationship between humans and robots

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Talk given at Next 12 Berlin on May 8th 2012.

Talk given at Next 12 Berlin on May 8th 2012.

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  • Evolution of an instrumented relationship.
  • Hi. I’m Alex, and I’m a designer. Right now I wear 3 hats. One running an internet of things design consultancy called Designswarm, the second founder of a startup called the Good Night Lamp and the third as part of a design partnership RIG.
  • One of the areas I was involved in for the past 2 years is robotics through a project called LIREC. This 5 year project finishing this
  • (http://vimeo.com/10799224) The work of Paul Ekman in creating the industry standard of Facial Action Coding System ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Facial_Action_Coding_System ) becomes useful to design the instantiation of our emotions, into physical facial reactions. It is a common standard to systematically categorize the physical expression of emotions, and it has proven useful to psychologists and to animators. Ekman showed that facial expressions of emotion are not culturally determined, but universal across human cultures and thus biological in origin . Expressions he found to be universal included those indicating anger, disgust, fear, joy, sadness, and surprise.
  • This is how phonemes ( the smallest segmental unit of sound employed to form meaningful contrasts between utterances) are divided up by animators. It’s hard to think about speech without thinking of the whole face though and the emotions that are communicated at the same time. Only text to speech bots really manage to sever the 2 which is also why they feel so robotic.
  • Little Mozart, a product of the industrial partnership at Lirec is what is called an Affective Tutoring System Sometimes emotions play a positive role in reasoning process, other times they don't but one thing is sure emotion influence the reasoning process and also influence the learning capabilities. Emotions like anxiety, depression or hungriness may reduce or even block the learning so, like teachers already know, emotional upsets infer in learning capabilities. Some teachers adapt their behaviour to, within their possibilities, improve students learning capabilities. Little Mozart tries to do the same. The robotic scenario had a more immersive user experience, an improved feedback and a more believable social interaction. Little Mozart helps children compose music and improve their knowledge of melodic composition and basics of musical language. It's intended for children ages between 4 and 10 years old.
  • However, for many laymen, if a machine appears to be able to control its arms or limbs, and especially if it appears anthropomorphic or zoomorphic (e.g. ASIMO or Aibo), it would be called a robot. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_robots_and_androids#1970s If you’re of a particular disposition you will see robots everywhere in nature and objects around you. These are pictures taken without permission from the photo sharing site Flickr’s “Hello Little Fella” group where people have been aggregating photos of everyday objects that look like faces for years now.
  • http://www.ubergizmo.com/2007/04/human-player-toy-psychoanalyzes-you/
  • http://vimeo.com/36239715
  • http://nearfuturelaboratory.com/pasta-and-vinegar/2006/09/08/visual-marker-recognition/
  • http://wireless.3yen.com/2005-04-22/qr-codes-are-so-2004-get-ready-for-colorcode/
  • Robots are a useful way for humans to understand themselves, others and what place technology has in building relationships.
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    • 1. SapientaMachina.
    • 2. @iotwatchgoodnightlamp.comdesignswarm.comriglondon.comtinkerlondon.com (RIP)
    • 3. LIREC is a 5 year EU fundedproject that explored theimplications of living withinteractive and roboticcompanions.www.lirec.eu
    • 4. 2 things.3.What we are doing withrobots now.•What we are doing toourselves
    • 5. A robot is a mechanical orvirtual intelligent agentthat can perform tasksautomatically or withguidance.
    • 6. Humans have a highlydeveloped brain and arecapable of abstractreasoning, language,introspection, problemsolving, self-awareness,rationality, and sapience.
    • 7. Robots & humansshare a form of intelligencebecause it’s the easiestthing to replicate.
    • 8. Robots now.•Understand people•Understand context•Grow old gracefully•Learn to forget•Adapt
    • 9. “If the sum of positive emotionsis bigger than the sum of thenegative emotions over the lastn time periods then the agent isin good mood or is in badmood.”
    • 10. Meet EMYS. LIREC EMYS / FLASH robot
    • 11. Smile for the robot.
    • 12. This is what the robot sees.
    • 13. People now.
    • 14. So what.
    • 15. Timo Arnall: Robot Readable World
    • 16. Internet Fridge Factor:Great idea &Terrible execution
    • 17. Pasta & Vinegar blog
    • 18. & Cebit QR codes in the wild
    • 19. Distributed intelligence.
    • 20. Robots are a tool forself-reflection.
    • 21. Humans have a highlydeveloped brain and arecapable of abstractreasoning, language,introspection, problemsolving, self-awareness,rationality, and sapience.
    • 22. Sapience wisdom, or theability of an organism orentity to act withappropriate judgment.
    • 23. We have to decide who weare designing for, us or them.Not that it matters.
    • 24. @iotwatchalex@designswarm.comgoodnightlamp.comdesignswarm.comriglondon.com

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