Intelligent Media Technology for Communicative Intelligence: Second International Workshop, Imtci 2004, Warsaw, Poland, September 13-14, 2004. Revised Selected Papers


Intelligent Media Technology for Communicative Intelligence: Second International Workshop, Imtci 2004, Warsaw, Poland, September 13-14, 2004. Revised Selected Papers
Name Intelligent Media Technology for Communicative Intelligence: Second International Workshop, Imtci 2004, Warsaw, Poland, September 13-14, 2004. Revised Selected Papers
Author L. Bolc
Description The 2nd Workshop on Intelligent Media Technology for Communicative Intelligence commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology in Warsaw aimed to explore the current research topics in the ?eld of int- ligent media technologies for communicative intelligence. Communicative intelligence represents a new challenge towards building a sup- intelligence on the ubiquitous global network by accumulating a huge amount of - man andknowledgeresources.The term "communicativeintelligence"re?ects the view that communication is at the very core of intelligence and its creation. Communication permits novel ideas to emerge from intimate interactions by multiple agents, ranging from collaboration to competition. The recent advance of information and commu- cation technologies has established an information infrastructure that allows humans and artifacts to communicate with each other beyond space and time. It enables us to advance a step further to realize a communicative intelligence with many fruitful applications. Intelligentmediatechnologiesattempttocaptureandaugmentpeople scommuni- tive activities by embedding computers into the environment to enhance interactions in an unobtrusive manner. The introduction of embodied conversational agents that might mediate conversations among people in a social context is the next step in the p- cess. The scope of intelligent media technologies includes design and development of intelligent supports for content production, distribution, and utilization, since rich c- tent is crucial for communication in many applications. The promising applications of intelligence media technologies include e-learning, knowledge management systems, e-democracy, and other communication-intensivesubject domains."
Publisher Springer
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ISBN 3540290354
Total Pages 259
Published Year 2005
Published Month 1
Published Day 11
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