Workshop: Human-Agent Experience Sharing

26 May 2016
4TU Delft
4TU Eindhoven
4TU Twente
4TU Wageningen

The 3TU.Humans&Technology Research Center organizes a workshop with the theme Human-Agent Experience Sharing: Supportive Technology through Situational and Personal Understanding. During the workshop, attendees will collaboratively define challenges and generate potential project proposals centered around topics related to human-agent experience sharing. This workshop will have a specific focus on applications in the domains of (A) security and safety, and (B) health.

Abstract
Intelligent technology is ever more pervasive in modern societies, requiring people to increasingly collaborate with intelligent agents: humans and agents share their experiences, e.g. they share situation awareness in a team setting, reflect on their daily experiences together in a coaching setting, or even build new shared experiences in a social companion setting.

In order for intelligent agents to provide meaningful and persuasive support and establish confidential, trustworthy, and long term relationships with people, they need to understand the user and their context. This poses serious challenges in terms of social computing, knowledge representation, information presentation, and dynamic reasoning, but also the representation and behaviour of intelligent agents. This workshop aims to realize the potential of human-agent experience sharing by identifying the challenges and creating ideas to overcome those challenges.

Details
Date: 26 May 2016
Time: 9:30 - 17:00
Location: EEMCS faculty, TU Delft (https://goo.gl/maps/84swE327C6Q2)

Agenda
The agenda for the day will run from approximately 10:00 to 17:00.
The full programme is as follows:

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Arrival: 09.30 - 10.00        
Opening: 10.00 - 10.15
Introduction round: 10.15 - 10.30
Themes: 10.30 - 10.45

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 10.45 - 11.15
Coffee break: 11.15 - 11.30        
Break out: 11.30 - 12.30

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Lunch: 12.30 -13.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 13.00 - 14.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Coffee break: 14.00 - 14.15
Pitches: 14.15 - 14.45
Calls: 14.45 - 15.15
End/drinks: 15.15

During the workshop, we will form groups around themes related to human-agent experience sharing. Thereafter, each participant will give a short pitch to introduce themselves. Within the groups, people will work on an idea for a potential project proposal, identifying a challenge, an application domain, the expertise required in a team to tackle the challenge, and the expected impact. After the break-up sessions, each group is invited to present their ideas. In addition, we will gather information about potentially interesting upcoming calls. We close off with drinks and snacks.

We ask anyone registering for the event to provide us with input regarding the topics he or she would like to discuss in the break-out groups. Potential topics addressed in the workshop could be:

  • Persuasive agents for behavior change, e.g. virtual health agents
  • The establishment of shared situation awareness in human-agent teams
  • Agent-mediated human-human experience sharing in telepresence and/or augmented reality
  • Human-agent experience sharing in social training (e.g. for professionals) and or treatment for mental illnesses
  • Self-aware agents that understand their own limitations
  • Agents that support the sharing of large bodies of knowledge among large groups of people
  • Agents that improve human’s own awareness by mirroring their actions

Interested in participating in this event? Please register by following this link http://goo.gl/forms/mYQn6NPBUk. The deadline for registration is May 15.

We gladly welcome you to discuss and discover the possibilities of human-agent interaction.

Organisers
Willem-Paul Brinkman Delft University of Technology
Merijn Bruijnes University of Twente
Jan Kolkmeier University of Twente
Jeroen Linsen University of Twente
Stephan Lukosch Delft University of Technology
Marieke Peeters Delft University of Technology
Andries Stam Almende B.V.

The 3TU.Humans&Technology Research Center organizes a workshop with the theme Human-Agent Experience Sharing: Supportive Technology through Situational and Personal Understanding. During the workshop, attendees will collaboratively define challenges and generate potential project proposals centered around topics related to human-agent experience sharing. This workshop will have a specific focus on applications in the domains of (A) security and safety, and (B) health.

Abstract
Intelligent technology is ever more pervasive in modern societies, requiring people to increasingly collaborate with intelligent agents: humans and agents share their experiences, e.g. they share situation awareness in a team setting, reflect on their daily experiences together in a coaching setting, or even build new shared experiences in a social companion setting.

In order for intelligent agents to provide meaningful and persuasive support and establish confidential, trustworthy, and long term relationships with people, they need to understand the user and their context. This poses serious challenges in terms of social computing, knowledge representation, information presentation, and dynamic reasoning, but also the representation and behaviour of intelligent agents. This workshop aims to realize the potential of human-agent experience sharing by identifying the challenges and creating ideas to overcome those challenges.

Details
Date: 26 May 2016
Time: 9:30 - 17:00
Location: EEMCS faculty, TU Delft (https://goo.gl/maps/84swE327C6Q2)

Agenda
The agenda for the day will run from approximately 10:00 to 17:00.
The full programme is as follows:

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Arrival: 09.30 - 10.00        
Opening: 10.00 - 10.15
Introduction round: 10.15 - 10.30
Themes: 10.30 - 10.45

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 10.45 - 11.15
Coffee break: 11.15 - 11.30        
Break out: 11.30 - 12.30

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Lunch: 12.30 -13.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 13.00 - 14.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Coffee break: 14.00 - 14.15
Pitches: 14.15 - 14.45
Calls: 14.45 - 15.15
End/drinks: 15.15

During the workshop, we will form groups around themes related to human-agent experience sharing. Thereafter, each participant will give a short pitch to introduce themselves. Within the groups, people will work on an idea for a potential project proposal, identifying a challenge, an application domain, the expertise required in a team to tackle the challenge, and the expected impact. After the break-up sessions, each group is invited to present their ideas. In addition, we will gather information about potentially interesting upcoming calls. We close off with drinks and snacks.

We ask anyone registering for the event to provide us with input regarding the topics he or she would like to discuss in the break-out groups. Potential topics addressed in the workshop could be:

  • Persuasive agents for behavior change, e.g. virtual health agents
  • The establishment of shared situation awareness in human-agent teams
  • Agent-mediated human-human experience sharing in telepresence and/or augmented reality
  • Human-agent experience sharing in social training (e.g. for professionals) and or treatment for mental illnesses
  • Self-aware agents that understand their own limitations
  • Agents that support the sharing of large bodies of knowledge among large groups of people
  • Agents that improve human’s own awareness by mirroring their actions

Interested in participating in this event? Please register by following this link http://goo.gl/forms/mYQn6NPBUk. The deadline for registration is May 15.

We gladly welcome you to discuss and discover the possibilities of human-agent interaction.

Organisers
Willem-Paul Brinkman Delft University of Technology
Merijn Bruijnes University of Twente
Jan Kolkmeier University of Twente
Jeroen Linsen University of Twente
Stephan Lukosch Delft University of Technology
Marieke Peeters Delft University of Technology
Andries Stam Almende B.V.

Workshop: Human-Agent Experience Sharing

26 May 2016

The 3TU.Humans&Technology Research Center organizes a workshop with the theme Human-Agent Experience Sharing: Supportive Technology through Situational and Personal Understanding. During the workshop, attendees will collaboratively define challenges and generate potential project proposals centered around topics related to human-agent experience sharing. This workshop will have a specific focus on applications in the domains of (A) security and safety, and (B) health.

Abstract
Intelligent technology is ever more pervasive in modern societies, requiring people to increasingly collaborate with intelligent agents: humans and agents share their experiences, e.g. they share situation awareness in a team setting, reflect on their daily experiences together in a coaching setting, or even build new shared experiences in a social companion setting.

In order for intelligent agents to provide meaningful and persuasive support and establish confidential, trustworthy, and long term relationships with people, they need to understand the user and their context. This poses serious challenges in terms of social computing, knowledge representation, information presentation, and dynamic reasoning, but also the representation and behaviour of intelligent agents. This workshop aims to realize the potential of human-agent experience sharing by identifying the challenges and creating ideas to overcome those challenges.

Details
Date: 26 May 2016
Time: 9:30 - 17:00
Location: EEMCS faculty, TU Delft (https://goo.gl/maps/84swE327C6Q2)

Agenda
The agenda for the day will run from approximately 10:00 to 17:00.
The full programme is as follows:

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Arrival: 09.30 - 10.00        
Opening: 10.00 - 10.15
Introduction round: 10.15 - 10.30
Themes: 10.30 - 10.45

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 10.45 - 11.15
Coffee break: 11.15 - 11.30        
Break out: 11.30 - 12.30

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Lunch: 12.30 -13.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 13.00 - 14.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Coffee break: 14.00 - 14.15
Pitches: 14.15 - 14.45
Calls: 14.45 - 15.15
End/drinks: 15.15

During the workshop, we will form groups around themes related to human-agent experience sharing. Thereafter, each participant will give a short pitch to introduce themselves. Within the groups, people will work on an idea for a potential project proposal, identifying a challenge, an application domain, the expertise required in a team to tackle the challenge, and the expected impact. After the break-up sessions, each group is invited to present their ideas. In addition, we will gather information about potentially interesting upcoming calls. We close off with drinks and snacks.

We ask anyone registering for the event to provide us with input regarding the topics he or she would like to discuss in the break-out groups. Potential topics addressed in the workshop could be:

  • Persuasive agents for behavior change, e.g. virtual health agents
  • The establishment of shared situation awareness in human-agent teams
  • Agent-mediated human-human experience sharing in telepresence and/or augmented reality
  • Human-agent experience sharing in social training (e.g. for professionals) and or treatment for mental illnesses
  • Self-aware agents that understand their own limitations
  • Agents that support the sharing of large bodies of knowledge among large groups of people
  • Agents that improve human’s own awareness by mirroring their actions

Interested in participating in this event? Please register by following this link http://goo.gl/forms/mYQn6NPBUk. The deadline for registration is May 15.

We gladly welcome you to discuss and discover the possibilities of human-agent interaction.

Organisers
Willem-Paul Brinkman Delft University of Technology
Merijn Bruijnes University of Twente
Jan Kolkmeier University of Twente
Jeroen Linsen University of Twente
Stephan Lukosch Delft University of Technology
Marieke Peeters Delft University of Technology
Andries Stam Almende B.V.

The 3TU.Humans&Technology Research Center organizes a workshop with the theme Human-Agent Experience Sharing: Supportive Technology through Situational and Personal Understanding. During the workshop, attendees will collaboratively define challenges and generate potential project proposals centered around topics related to human-agent experience sharing. This workshop will have a specific focus on applications in the domains of (A) security and safety, and (B) health.

Abstract
Intelligent technology is ever more pervasive in modern societies, requiring people to increasingly collaborate with intelligent agents: humans and agents share their experiences, e.g. they share situation awareness in a team setting, reflect on their daily experiences together in a coaching setting, or even build new shared experiences in a social companion setting.

In order for intelligent agents to provide meaningful and persuasive support and establish confidential, trustworthy, and long term relationships with people, they need to understand the user and their context. This poses serious challenges in terms of social computing, knowledge representation, information presentation, and dynamic reasoning, but also the representation and behaviour of intelligent agents. This workshop aims to realize the potential of human-agent experience sharing by identifying the challenges and creating ideas to overcome those challenges.

Details
Date: 26 May 2016
Time: 9:30 - 17:00
Location: EEMCS faculty, TU Delft (https://goo.gl/maps/84swE327C6Q2)

Agenda
The agenda for the day will run from approximately 10:00 to 17:00.
The full programme is as follows:

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Arrival: 09.30 - 10.00        
Opening: 10.00 - 10.15
Introduction round: 10.15 - 10.30
Themes: 10.30 - 10.45

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 10.45 - 11.15
Coffee break: 11.15 - 11.30        
Break out: 11.30 - 12.30

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Lunch: 12.30 -13.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, meeting room 1.3 en 1.4
Break out: 13.00 - 14.00

Location: Mekelweg 4, EWI faculteit, lecture hall D@ta
Coffee break: 14.00 - 14.15
Pitches: 14.15 - 14.45
Calls: 14.45 - 15.15
End/drinks: 15.15

During the workshop, we will form groups around themes related to human-agent experience sharing. Thereafter, each participant will give a short pitch to introduce themselves. Within the groups, people will work on an idea for a potential project proposal, identifying a challenge, an application domain, the expertise required in a team to tackle the challenge, and the expected impact. After the break-up sessions, each group is invited to present their ideas. In addition, we will gather information about potentially interesting upcoming calls. We close off with drinks and snacks.

We ask anyone registering for the event to provide us with input regarding the topics he or she would like to discuss in the break-out groups. Potential topics addressed in the workshop could be:

  • Persuasive agents for behavior change, e.g. virtual health agents
  • The establishment of shared situation awareness in human-agent teams
  • Agent-mediated human-human experience sharing in telepresence and/or augmented reality
  • Human-agent experience sharing in social training (e.g. for professionals) and or treatment for mental illnesses
  • Self-aware agents that understand their own limitations
  • Agents that support the sharing of large bodies of knowledge among large groups of people
  • Agents that improve human’s own awareness by mirroring their actions

Interested in participating in this event? Please register by following this link http://goo.gl/forms/mYQn6NPBUk. The deadline for registration is May 15.

We gladly welcome you to discuss and discover the possibilities of human-agent interaction.

Organisers
Willem-Paul Brinkman Delft University of Technology
Merijn Bruijnes University of Twente
Jan Kolkmeier University of Twente
Jeroen Linsen University of Twente
Stephan Lukosch Delft University of Technology
Marieke Peeters Delft University of Technology
Andries Stam Almende B.V.