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03/12/2017
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Where are we when we are talking about creating conversations that feel “human” and “natural?”.

Imagine you ask your digital assistant or some conversational interface of your choice where you can get a “Berliner” now. What will happen? How could a conversational interface distuingish between terms with multiple semantic meanings, semantically ambiguous terms or how … Continue reading

06/11/2017
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The Wonderful World of Human Cognition: The time course of visual perception

“We see the forest before the trees” – Navon, D. (1977) How do we perceive objects? Classic theories of object recognition (so-called feature theories) often claim that we first process specific features/details of something followed by a more general processing. … Continue reading

07/03/2017
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On Personality in Computer Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction

„The individual’s interaction with media – like computers, television and other media – is fundamentally social and fundamentally natural“ Additionally, I’d like to add another quote from their book “The media equation”, which I find is an important one: „Personality … Continue reading