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Emotional Machines: the Next Revolution

Deadline:  31 March 2018

Recent advances in Artificial Intelligence design, Deep Learning techniques, human-friendly Robotics, Cognitive Sciences, claim for a revision of the whole field of Affective Computing and the approaches to the retain of emotional machines. This special issue is devoted to the critical innovations that will pave the way for the next advances in Affective Computing. With the current implementations of AI and robotic systems in new human environments and tasks, the need for a good understanding of the necessary emotional mechanisms involved in such processes is of the utmost importance. The daily interactions between humans and smarter devices are increasing exponentially, and the emotional attachments and relationships with machines are fundamental for a reliable and successful interaction. Cooperation between humans and machines for a shared action or goal is a desirable outcome.

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