Take or Wait? Learning Turn-Taking from Multiparty Data

Project Members

Iolanda Leite (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Hannaneh Hajishirizi (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Sean Andrist (Disney Research Pittsburgh)
Jill F. Lehman (Disney Research Pittsburgh)

 

PROJECT_TakeOrWait_AAAI2013_teaser

We build turn-taking models for autonomous characters in language-based interactions with small groups of children. Two models explore the use of support vector machines given the same multimodal features, but different methods for collecting turn-taking labels.

Publications

Robo Fashion World- A Multimodal Corpus of Multi-child Human-Computer Interaction-Thumbnail

Robo Fashion World: A Multimodal Corpus of Multi-child Human-Computer Interaction
November 12, 2014
ICMI-Workshop on Understanding & Modeling Multimodal, Multiparty Interaction 2014
Paper File [pdf, 267.66 KB]

Managing Chaos- Models of Turn-Taking in Character-Multichild Interactions-Thumbnail

Managing Chaos: Models of Turn-Taking in Character-Multichild Interactions
December 9, 2013
International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI) 2013
Paper File [pdf, 572.05 KB]

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Take or Wait? Learning Turn-Taking from Multiparty Data
July 14, 2013
Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) 2013
Paper File [pdf, 368.87 KB]

Fun and Fair- Influencing Turn-Taking in a Multi-Party Game with a Virtual Agent-Thumbnail

Fun and Fair: Influencing Turn-Taking in a Multi-Party Game with a Virtual Agent
June 24, 2013
Interaction Design and Children (IDC) 2013
Paper File [pdf, 3.83 MB]

Using Group History to Identify Character-Directed Utterances in Multi-Child Interactions-Thumbnail

Using Group History to Identify Character-Directed Utterances in Multi-Child Interactions
August 5, 2012
SIG Discourse and Dialogue 2012
Paper File [pdf, 2.30 MB]

Recognizing Character-Directed Utterances in Multi-Child Interactions-Thumbnail

Recognizing Character-Directed Utterances in Multi-Child Interactions
March 6, 2012
Human Robot Interaction (HRI) 2012
Paper File [pdf, 1.06 MB]

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