Piero Scaruffi(Copyright © 2013 Piero Scaruffi | Legal restrictions )
These are excerpts and elaborations from my book "The Nature of Consciousness"
The history of “affective computing” began in earnest with the US computer scientist Rosalind Picard (1997).
Once you have a computational model of emotional behavior, you can even imagine novel emotions that don’t exist in nature; and that’s what the Spanish computer scientist Lola Canamero did (“Modeling Motivations And Emotions As A Basis For Intelligent Behavior“, 1997) before going on to build Nao (2010), a robot that can show its emotions.
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