The ICCS team wins the 3rd place (among 24 groups in) the tweeter sentiment analysis task 4-B (topic) SemEval 2017 competition using semantic-affective model adaptation techniques. More details about the competition are available here.
We are delighted to announce that a number of papers were accepted for presentation in various conferences during the first quarter of 2017. More information can be found in the “Publications” page.
The second BabyRobot technical meeting took place on 5-6 December 2016, Hertfordshire, UK.
The workshop “Co-designing child-robot-interactions” explored approaches for designing robots for children that incorporate the needs and preferences of children, themselves. Blue Ocean Robotics presented results and findings from a longitudinal, CRI study of social robots deployed “in the wild” (outside of the lab) in Danish educational settings and how these experiences are used in the BabyRobot project to improve CRI and develop more interactive social robots.