Embodied conversational agents for H5N1 pandemic crisis
Goh, O.S., Fung, C.C., Wong, K.W. and Depickere, A. (2007) Embodied conversational agents for H5N1 pandemic crisis. Journal of Advanced Computational Intelligence and Intelligent Informatics, 11 (3). pp. 282-288.
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This paper presents a novel framework for modeling embodied conversational agent for crisis communication focusing on the H5N1 pandemic crisis. Our system aims to cope with the most challenging issue on the maintenance of an engaging while convincing conversation. What primarily distinguishes our system from other conversational agent systems is that the human-computer conversation takes place within the context of H5N1 pandemic crisis. A Crisis Communication Network, called CCNet, is established based on a novel algorithm incorporating natural language query and embodied conversation agent simultaneously. Another significant contribution of our work is the development of a Automated Knowledge Extraction Agent (AKEA) to capitalize on the tremendous amount of data that is now available online to support our experiments. What makes our system differs from typical conversational agents is the attempt to move away from strictly task-oriented dialogue.
|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Information Technology|
|Publisher:||Fuji Technology Press Co. Ltd.|
|Copyright:||(c) Fuji Technology Press Co. Ltd.|
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