The Association for the Advancement of Affective Computing
The AAAC, formerly the HUMAINE Association, was founded in June 2007, and its first Executive Committee and Management Board were elected in September and October 2007. The history of the process can be viewed in the Association Blog.
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CfP - CHI Play Workshop - Designing for Emotional Complexity in Games: The Interplay of Positive and Negative AffectPeople play games for the experience, and one of the aims of player experience re...Austin, Texas, USA, 16 October 20163rd International Workshop on Multimodal Analyses enabling Artificial Agents in Human-Machine Interaction (MA3HMI 2016)The workshop considers the interaction and communication between humans and techn...Tokyo, Japan, 16 November 2016Postdoc in Advanced Machine Learning for Multimodal Modeling of Affect and Attention (Computer Science Department at the University of Notre Dame)14 June 2016Emotion and ComputingKlagenfurt, Austria, 26 September 2016INTETAIN 2016Utrecht, 28 June 2016
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ArcheSense: A Tool for Evaluation of Affective Experience
Affective computing offered novel approaches for measurement and evaluation of emotional experience. One of these approaches is based on the monitoring of physiological activations related to specific emotional states. Unlike retrospective self-reports and questionnaires, analysis of physiological data enables researchers to avoid the subjective bias in evaluation of human experience. As affective...
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The AAAC currently has 55 members.
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