УДК 006.72

МНОГОМОДАЛЬНАЯ КОГНИТИВНАЯ ОБРАБОТКА С ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЕМ ИСКУССТВЕННОЙ ЭНДОКРИННОЙ СИСТЕМЫ ДЛЯ РАЗВИТИЯ АФФЕКТИВНЫХ ВИРТУАЛЬНЫХ АГЕНТОВ

Х. Самани

Аннотация


В этой статье представлена всеобъемлющая архитектура эмоционального и аффективного процесса, происходящего в виртуальном агенте. Соединяя визуальные, аудио- и текстовые эмоции пользователей как аффективные источники в системе, виртуальный агент может оценивать настроение клиентов. С целью имитации воздействия гормонов человека в виртуальном агенте в предлагаемой системе используется искусственная эндокринная система (ИЭС) для выявления настроения и биологических потребностей посредством контроля уровня концентрации воздействующих гормонов. Аффективный процессор агента задействует модули ИЭС, параметров личности и настроения для управления внутренним состоянием. Интеллектуальный виртуальный агент взаимодействует с клиентами в соответствии со своими аффективными состояниями.
Предлагаемая система представляет собой полную платформу для захвата каналов эмоций в сети с целью анализа и обработки их в аффективном движке для определения эмоциональной окраски ответа.

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многомодальность; эмоциональный агент; когнитивная робототехника; эмоциональные вычисления; искусственная эндокринная система

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Хуман Самани - к-т техн. наук, доцент, руководитель лаборатории искусственного интеллекта и робототехники (ИИР), доцент кафедры электротехники института электротехники и информатики, Национальный университет Тайбэя.
Область научных интересов: робототехника, эмоциональные вычисления, искусственный интеллект, системная инженерия.
Число научных публикаций: 50.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15622/sp.56.3