Advancements in Artificial Intelligence Applications and the Development of Synthetic Emotions

Advancements in Artificial Intelligence Applications and the Development of Synthetic Emotions

Jordi Vallverdú (Department of Philosophy, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)
Release Date: May, 2016|Copyright: © 2016 |Runtime: 1 hr 16 mins
EISBN13: 9781522508229|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-0822-9
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Description

Emotions can be defined as the natural response of living systems to stimuli, assisting in their survival, regulating brain activity, and making social interaction possible. As intelligence applications become more sophisticated, computer scientists must take into account the emotional nature of cognitive and social processes in order to replicate these processes for computational applications.

Advancements in Artificial Intelligence Applications and the Development of Synthetic Emotions provides a rich approach to the nature of emotions while simultaneously assisting the viewer to localize and understand the best ways to model organic emotions for intelligent applications. Emphasizing topics related to human-machine interaction, cognitive systems, and intelligent machines, this video lecture is an essential reference source for engineers, computer scientists, cognitive scientists, researchers, and graduate-level students.

Topics Covered

  • Affective Computing
  • Cognition and Affect
  • Emotional Semantics
  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Intelligent Machines
  • Neural Networks
  • Neuromodulator Modeling

Table of Contents

Section 1:The Biological Nature of Emotions
 
Lesson 1:The Evolutionary Role of Emotions
5:52 mins
 
Lesson 2:The Basic Elements of Emotions
6:14 mins
 
Lesson 3:The Syntax of Emotions
4:52 mins
 
Section 2:Modeling Emotions
 
Lesson 4:AI and Emotions: : From Zero to Minsky
6:22 mins
 
Lesson 5:A Review of Main Architectures
4:27 mins
 
Lesson 6:Classic If/Then Emotions vs Bio-Inspired Models
4:19 mins
 
Section 3:Affective Computing
 
Lesson 7:The History of Affective Computing
4:23 mins
 
Lesson 8:User's Interactions
4:22 mins
 
Lesson 9:Contemporary Challenges
4:19 mins
 
Section 4:Sociable Robotics
 
Lesson 10:From Kismet to Geminoids
6:51 mins
 
Lesson 11:HRI and RRI: : Cheating, Fake and Echo Devices
5:09 mins
 
Lesson 12:Cultural Attitudes Towards Robots
6:53 mins
 
Section 5:Challenges in Programming Emotional Robots
 
Lesson 13:Emotional Affordances
4:40 mins
 
Lesson 14:Emotioneering for Games, Avatars and Pornography
3:48 mins
 
Lesson 15:The Hidden Hunter Paradox
4:25 mins