Migrating Artificial Companions (Demonstration)

TitleMigrating Artificial Companions (Demonstration)
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsWallace I, Kriegel M, Aylett R
Refereed DesignationRefereed
Conference NameAAMAS 2012
Date Published06/2012
PublisherSpringer
Conference LocationValencia, Spain
KeywordsAffect and personality, Intelligence for human-robot interaction, lirec, Middleware for robot systems, migration
AbstractMigration is the ability of an agent to transfer from one embodiment, for example a robot, to another such as a mobile phone. For agents that are to act as personal companions migration is desirable as access to different capabilities can provide more constant companionship to a user. This interactive demonstration of screen to phone migration illustrates one application of the open-source architecture developed on the LIREC project to support migration of an affective agent across many types of embodiment.
URLhttp://dl.lirec.org/papers/Wallace.et.al-AAMAS12demo.pdf
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