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AffCon 2019 : AAAI-19 WORKSHOP ON AFFECTIVE CONTENT ANALYSIS & CL-AFF HAPPINESS SHARED TASK

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Link: https://sites.google.com/view/affcon2019/home
 
When Jan 27, 2018 - Feb 1, 2018
Where Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
Abstract Registration Due Oct 25, 2018
Submission Deadline Nov 12, 2018
Categories    computational linguistics   affective computing   psychology   behavioral profiling
 

Call For Papers

DEADLINE EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 12, 2018

Affect analysis of content to measure emotions and its experiences is
a multidisciplinary research area with limited cross-disciplinary collaboration. Other disciplines have adopted psychological models of affect - Artificial Intelligence (AI), Computational Linguistics (CL) and Human-computer Interaction (HCI) - to conceptualize
and measure users’ opinions, intentions, and expressions. However, the context-specific characteristics of human affect suggest the need to measure in ways that recognize multiple interpretations of human responses.

Invited speakers:
Ellen Riloff (University of Utah), Alon Halevy (Megagon Labs), Lyle Ungar (University of Pennsylvania), Pranav Anand (University of Santa Cruz)


CALL FOR SHARED TASK SUBMISSIONS: CL-AFF: IN PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS
We also invite submissions for the First Shared Task on Computational
Linguistics for Affect Understanding. CL-AFF 2019 comprises two sub-tasks for analyzing happiness and wellbeing in written language, based on a corpus of 100,000 descriptions of happy moments from HappyDB.


Workshop topics:
The theme of the 2nd Affective Content Analysis workshop is “Modeling Affect in Action.” We welcome submissions on topics including (but not limited to):
● Machine learning and Deep learning models for affect modeling in content (image, audio, and video)
● Affect-aware text generation
● Spoken and formal language comparison
● Measurement and evaluation of affective content
● Affective commonsense reasoning
● Affective human-agent, -computer, and-robot interaction
● Multimodal emotion recognition and sentiment analysis
● Psycho-demographic profiling
● Psycho-linguistics, including stylometrics and typography
● Modeling consumer’s affect reactions
● Computational models for consumer behavior theories
● Consumer psychology at scale from big data

Full CFP: https://sites.google.com/view/affcon2019/home
Proceedings of AffCon @ AAAI 2018: https://aaai.org/Library/Workshops/ws18-01.php
Submission Site: https://easychair.org/conferences/conference_dir.cgi?a=19604803

Important Dates:
October 25, 2018 :Abstract Submission (Optional)
DEADLINE EXTENDED: November 12, 2018: Submission deadline
November 26, 2018 : Notification of acceptance/rejection
November 30, 2018: Early registration deadline
December 5, 2018: Camera-ready versions due
January 27-28, 2019 : Workshop at AAAI 2019

Co-chairs:
Niyati Chhaya (Adobe Research, nchhaya@adobe.com),
Kokil Jaidka (University of Pennsylvania, kokil.j@gmail.com ),
Lyle Ungar (University of Pennsylvania, ungar@cis.upenn.edu),
Atanu R Sinha (Adobe Research, atr@adobe.com)
Shared Task Data contributed by Megagon Labs

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