Artifical Intelligence for Human Computing: ICMI 2006 and by Thomas S. Huang, Anton Nijholt, Maja Pantic, Alex Pentland

By Thomas S. Huang, Anton Nijholt, Maja Pantic, Alex Pentland

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed post-proceedings of 2 occasions discussing AI for Human Computing; one distinctive consultation through the 8th foreign ACM convention on Multimodal Interfaces (ICMI 2006), held in Banff, Canada, in November 2006 and a Workshop geared up together with the twentieth foreign Joint convention on man made Intelligence (IJCAI 2007), held in Hyderabad, India, in January 2007.

A huge variety of the contributions during this state of the art survey are up-to-date and prolonged models of the papers offered in the course of those occasions. so one can receive a extra entire evaluate of analysis efforts within the box of human computing, a couple of extra invited contributions are incorporated during this booklet on AI for human computing.

The 17 revised papers provided have been conscientiously chosen from various submissions to and displays made on the occasions and contain invited articles to around off assurance of all proper issues of the rising subject. The papers are prepared in 3 components: an element on foundational problems with human computing, an element on sensing people and their actions, and a component on anthropocentric interplay models.

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Detecting the vulnerability of a network in real-time involves a massive data space and intensive processing. Can we use instinctive computing to detect the vulnerability and anomaly? We have developed a general visualization system for rendering at least 10,000 points and each point has at least 64 attributes in real time. An important part of the pre-processing task is to normalize the continuous data, so each attribute can have the same level of influence when comparing one data to another (calculating the Euclidean distance).

Traditional AI models such as sequential and parallel processing have not been able to simulate the emergent behaviors. 3 Building Blocks of Instinctive Computing If we compare to our instinctive functions with a computer operating system, we would find some similarities: both are low-level programs (machine code). They intimately deal with physical devices; they operate autonomously as default. Their programs can be ‘burned’ into a ROM (Read-Only Memory). They can be overridden by high-level programs (applications).

Perhaps, Instinctive Computing is a key to unveiling the hidden power in human dynamics. Acknowledgement The author would like to thank Brian Zeleznik, Daniel Sonntag and Maja Pantic for their insightful comments. Thanks to my research assistants Guillaume Milcent, Russell Savage, and Deena Zytnick at Carnegie Mellon University. References 1. Freud S. htm 2. Albrecht-Buehler, G.

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