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Klewel webcasted a Workshop on Foundations of Social Signals

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The presentation recordings of the Workshop on Foundations of
Social Signals are now online:


The event has involved more than 50 researchers from both
human and computing sciences that have gathered to build
a shared understanding about social signals and nonverbal

Presentations and contributions have covered a wide spectrum
of topics related to Social Signal Processing, from machine
intelligence in social behavior to psychological aspects of
human-human communication. Furthermore, a panel discussion
has addressed the problem of bridging the gap between
human and computing sciences.

Alessandro Vinciarelli, co-founder of Klewel.

The Workshop on Foundations of Social Signals has been
supported by the Social Signal Processing Network (SSPNet):

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