One of the aims of building multimodal user interfaces is to make the interaction between user and system as natural as possible in a situation as natural as possible. The most natural form of interaction can be considered how we interact with other humans. While the analysis of human-human communication has resulted in many insights, transferring these to human-machine interactions remains challenging. The automated analysis of the interaction has to consider both semantic and affective aspects, including personality, mood, or intentions of the user, anticipating the counterpart. These processes have to be performed in real-time in order for the system to respond without delays, in a natural environment. The MA3HMI workshop series, now at its 5th edition, brings together researchers working on the analysis of multimodal data as a means to develop technical devices that can interact with humans and react on human’s affects. In particular, artificial agents can be regarded in their broadest sense, including virtual chat agents, empathic speech interfaces and life-style coaches on a smart-phone. In line with the main conference’s theme, we focus on ethical aspect including those in data collection, biasesin model development and in the deployment of systems.
This year's topics are, but not limited to:
The fifth edition of MA3HMI will be held in conjunction with the 9th International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2021).
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2021
Notification of Acceptance: July 30, 2021
Camera Ready: August 20, 2021
Workshop Date: September 28 or October 1, 2021 (under negotiation)
Full papers: 8 pages (7+1 references).
Short papers: 5 pages (4+1 references).
Use the ACII 2021 templates.
Please prepare and submit anonymous submissions, only.
Submission will be open soon.
The detailed program will be updated.
The list of keynote speakers.
Emily Mower Provost.
Daniel Angus - Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Anna Esposito - University of Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"
Dirk Heylen - University of Twente, The Netherlands
Thomas Kessler - Genie Enterprises, Germany
Tomoko Koda - Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan
Maria Koutsombogera - ILSP, Greece
Divesh Lala - Kyoto University, Japan
Oliver Niebuhr - University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
Adriano de Oliveira Andrade - Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil
Björn Schuller - Imperial College London, UK and University Augsburg, Germany
Procheta Sen - Dublin City University, Ireland
Merlin Teodosia Suarez - De La Salle University, Philippines
Jürgen Trouvain - Saarland University, Germany
Carl Vogel - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
MA3HMI 2021 is co-located with the 9th International Conference on Affective Computing & Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2021).
This edition is going to be fully virtual. Further information will be provided soon.
Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Utrecht University, Netherland
IBM Research Europe
Will be updated.