- Renate Fruchter, Toyoaki Nishida, Duska Rosenberg:
Mediated communication in action: a social intelligence design approach.
- Osamu Katai, Katsushi Minamizono, Takayuki Shiose, Hiroshi Kawakami:
System design of "Ba"-like stages for improvisational acts via Leibnizian space-time and Peirce's existential graph concepts.
- Xiaoshan Pan, Charles S. Han, Ken Dauber, Kincho H. Law:
A multi-agent based framework for the simulation of human and social behaviors during emergency evacuations.
- Dennis Reidsma, Rieks op den Akker, Rutger Rienks, Ronald Poppe, Anton Nijholt, Dirk Heylen, Job Zwiers:
Virtual meeting rooms: from observation to simulation.
- Ann Heylighen, Francis Heylighen, Johan Bollen, Mathias Casaer:
Distributed (design) knowledge exchange.
- Pratik Biswas, Renate Fruchter:
Using gestures to convey internal mental models and index multimedia content.
- Zhen Yin, Renate Fruchter:
I-Dialogue: information extraction from informal discourse.
- Yong Xu, Tatsuya Hiramatsu, Kateryna Tarasenko, Toyoaki Nishida, Yoshiyasu Ogasawara, Takashi Tajima, Makoto Hatakeyama, Masashi Okamoto, Yukiko I. Nakano:
A two-layered approach to communicative artifacts.
- Jeanne Cornillon, Duska Rosenberg:
Experiment in social intelligence design.
- Renate Fruchter, Subashri Swaminathan, Manjunath Boraiah, Chhavi Upadhyay:
Reflection in interaction.
- Humberto Cavallin, W. Mike Martin, Ann Heylighen:
How relative absolute can be: SUMI and the impact of the nature of the task in measuring perceived software usability.
- Asako Miura:
Can weblogs cause the emergence of social intelligence?: causal model of intention to continue publishing weblog in Japan.
- Tomohiro Fukuhara, Toshihiro Murayama, Toyoaki Nishida:
Analyzing concerns of people from Weblog articles.
- Satinder P. Gill, Guglielmo Tamburrini:
- Abbe Mowshowitz:
Technology as excuse for questionable ethics.
- Satinder P. Gill:
Socio-ethics of interaction with intelligent interactive technologies.
- Matteo Santoro, Dante Marino, Guglielmo Tamburrini:
Learning robots interacting with humans: from epistemic risk to responsibility.
- Michael Decker:
Caregiving robots and ethical reflection: the perspective of interdisciplinary technology assessment.
- René von Schomberg:
From the ethics of technology towards an ethics of knowledge policy: implications for robotics.
- Michael Nagenborg, Rafael Capurro, Jutta Weber, Christoph Pingel:
Ethical regulations on robotics in Europe.
- Richard S. Rosenberg:
The social impact of intelligent artefacts.
- Peter J. Carew, Larry Stapleton, Gabriel J. Byrne:
Implications of an ethic of privacy for human-centred systems engineering.
- Larry Stapleton:
Ethical decision making in technology development: a case study of participation in a large-scale information systems development project.
- Pericle Salvini, Edoardo Datteri, Cecilia Laschi, Paolo Dario:
Scientific models and ethical issues in hybrid bionic systems research.
- Federica Lucivero, Guglielmo Tamburrini:
Ethical monitoring of brain-machine interfaces.
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