Report on the 2nd International Workshop on Transforms in Behavioral and Affective Computing (THECOG 2022) at CIKM 2022
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ACM SIGIR Forum
Human decision making is central in many functions across a broad spectrum of fields including marketing, investments and smart contracts, digital health, political campaigns, logistics, and strategic management to name only a few. Computational behavioral science, the focus of the second consecutive iteration of the international workshop on transforms in behavioral and affective computing (THECOG) which was held in conjunction with CIKM 2022, not only studies the various psychological, cultural, and social factors contributing to decision making besides reasoning, but it also seeks to construct robust, scalable, and efficient computational models imitating or extending decision making processes. This year the keynote speech focused on affective robotics and their expected advantages in substantially improving the quality of human life. Moreover, the accepted papers had a considerable topical variety covering among others smart cities, speech emotion recognition, deepfake discovery, and how smart coupons may influence online consumer behavior. THECOG 2022 for a second continuous year was a central meeting point where new results were presented. Date: 21 October, 2022. Website: https://www.cikm2022.org/workshops.
Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Computational Behavioral Science, Decision Making, THECOG 2022, Affective Robotics, Smart Cities
Drakopoulos, Georgios and Kafeza, Eleanna, "Report on the 2nd International Workshop on Transforms in Behavioral and Affective Computing (THECOG 2022) at CIKM 2022" (2023). All Works. 5705.
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