Evaluation of Affective Computing Systems from a Dimensional Metaethical Position

by Carson Reynolds

A new paper covering part of my dissertation has been accepted for presentation at Augmented Cognition 2005. The paper, Evaluation of Affective Computing Systems from a Dimensional Metaethical Position, describes several unpalatable uses of affective computing as well as a technique we’ve been using to develop critiques of systems. The appraoch belongs to the same family of techniques as Value-Sensitive Design and Disclosive Computer Ethics.

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