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Designing Humour in Human Computer Interaction (HUMIC 2017)

Abstract : Humor is a social phenomenon pervasive in all human societies. Due to its importance in interpersonal relations, in this workshop we are focusing on the integration of humor in HCI exploring its benefits and downsides, as well as design and evaluation approaches for humorous machines. The workshop will provide a forum for discussions to all researchers and practitioners interested in this topic covering both verbal and non-verbal aspects of humor in HCI.
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Andreea I. Niculescu, Alessandro Valitutti, Rafael E. Banchs. Designing Humour in Human Computer Interaction (HUMIC 2017). 16th IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT), Sep 2017, Bombay, India. pp.527-530. ⟨hal-01680339⟩



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