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AffCon@AAAI 2021 : AAAI Workshop on Affective Content Analysis


When Feb 8, 2021 - Feb 9, 2021
Where Virtual
Submission Deadline Dec 7, 2020
Notification Due Dec 15, 2020
Final Version Due Dec 30, 2020
Categories    affective computing   collaborative content creation   psycholinguistics

Call For Papers


AffCon-2021 is the fourth Affective Content Analysis workshop @ AAAI. The workshop series (i) builds upon the state of the art in neural and AI
methods for modeling affect in interpersonal interactions and behaviors, and (ii) brings a confluence of research viewpoints representing several disciplines. This year, collaboration takes on an extra meaning in a physically distanced world, where everyone relies more heavily on computer-mediated cooperation. Understanding the dynamics of affect in collaborative content is more topical. The theme for AffCon@AAAI-2021 is ‘Affect in Collaborative Creation’, relevant for increasingly decentralized workplaces, asynchronous collaborations, and computer-mediated communication. The general topics of interest include, but are not limited to

Focus areas:
• Affect in Collaborative Content
• Affect in Communication co-creation
• Affective Reactions in Co-creation and collaboration
• Affectively responsive interfaces
• Deep learning-based models for affect modeling in content (image, audio, and video)
• Mirroring affect
• Psycho--demographic Profiling
• Affect--based Text Generation
• Multi-modal Affect
• Stylometrics, Typographics, and Psycho-linguistics
• Cognitive and psychological computational models of creativity
• Affective needs and Firm-Consumer co-creation Behavior
• Computational models for Consumer Behavior theories of innovation
• Affective Lexica for Online Marketing Communication
• Affective human-agent, human-computer, and human-robot interaction

Submit to our workshop at AAAI! It's our 4th year and we always have the coolest speakers.
Confirmed Speakers: Prof. Rosalind Picard, Prof. Page Moreau, Prof. Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Prof. Devi Parikh

Workshop URL:
Submission Site:

CALL FOR SHARED TASK SUBMISSIONS: We introduce the CLAff-GoTeam dataset this year, which examines the role of affect in inter- and intra-team trust. It builds on the Diplomacy dataset from Vlad Niculae, Srijan Kumar, Jordan Boyd-Graber, and Cristian Danescu-Niculescu- Mizil, with additional annotations, and derived outcomes related to collaborations.

Please see our detailed CFP! -
Shared Task details:

Important Dates:
November 4, 2020: Abstract Submission (optional) , Submissions via EasyChair
December 7, 2020 Full paper submission
December 15, 2020: Notification of Acceptance/ Rejection
December 18, 2020: AAAI-20 Early registration deadline
December 20, 2020: Camera-ready Versions due
February 8 or 9, 2021: Workshop at AAAI-21

Niyati Chhaya (Adobe Research),
Kokil Jaidka (University of Pennsylvania),
Jennifer Healey (Adobe Research),
Lyle Ungar (University of Pennsylvania),
Atanu R Sinha (Adobe Research)

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