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Invited keynote address at the ITEA & ARTEMIS Co-Summit in Stockholm

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Denis Javaux, one of SYMBIO's directors, has been invited  to give a keynote address at the ITEA & ARTEMIS Co-Summit in Stockholm, Sweden. The title of the talk is "Joint Human-Machine Systems Design - An Information and Affect Design Endeavour". The talk explains that the design of human-machine interaction and cooperation has evolved through four stages: non human centered design, user interface design, assistant systems design, and joint human-machine system design. The four stages have been historically focusing on information presentation & exchange between humans and systems, with the more recent complementary introduction of affects in user interface design (affective computing) and assistant systems design (still nascent in this domain). The purpose of the talk is to stress the importance of affects and affective computing in the last stage of evolution:
joint human-machine system design. Joint human-machine systems are complex human-machine systems made of multiple human and machine agents interacting and acting as a team.

ARTEMIS is a Joint Undertaking implementing the Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs) in the fields of embedded systems and nanoelectronics research. In its Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration activities, the European Union supports a number of Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs). In the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), ARTEMIS has been established in 2007, aiming at public-private partnerships between industry, a number of EU Member States and associated countries, and the European Union.

About ITEA

ITEA is the EUREKA Cluster programme supporting innovative, industry-driven, pre-competitive R&D projects in the area of Software-intensive Systems & Services (SiSS). ITEA stimulates projects in an open community of large industry, SMEs, universities, research institutes and user organisations.

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