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ICS 131: Social Analysis of Computerization. Lecture 18: Social Relationships. Quiz #3.

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ics 131 social analysis of computerization

ICS 131: Social Analysis of Computerization

Lecture 18:

Social Relationships

quiz 3
Quiz #3
  • Please write a multiple choice or short-answer question that relates to any of the topics of this class, and write an answer to your own question. You should spend about half the time writing the question, and half the time writing the answer.
  • Note: Selected questions may be included on the final exam.
key idea
Key Idea
  • Humans may form social relationships through computational systems. Can humans also form social relationships *with* computational systems? Can computational systems form social relationships with each other?
three kinds of relationships
Three Kinds of Relationships

3

  • 1) Machine-Machine

(e.g., multi-robot systems)

  • 2) Human-Machine

(e.g., human-computer interaction)

  • 3) Human-Human

(e.g., computer-mediated communication technologies)

2

1

2

Human

Human

Machine

Machine

human human relationships
Human-Human Relationships
  • Online communities
  • Email
  • Chat
  • Talking about technology
health benefits of relationships
Health Benefits of Relationships
  • Social Support
  • Hutchworld
    • Asynchronous vs. Synchronous?
    • 2D vs. 3D?
human machine relationships
Human-Machine Relationships
  • Can this be a “real” relationship, or is it unrequited?
  • Does a human-machine relationship require artificial intelligence?
reeves nass
Reeves & Nass
  • Politeness study
machiavellian intelligence hypothesis
Machiavellian Intelligence Hypothesis
  • Human level intelligence not for learning about objects, but for learning about social webs.

Byrne & Whiten, 1988

from real to artificial
From Real to Artificial
  • Intelligence : Social Relationships ::

AI : Synthetic Social Relationships

machine machine relationships
Machine Machine Relationships
  • Multi-Agent Systems
  • Multi-robot Systems
alphawolf
AlphaWolf
  • Interactive Installation
  • Exhibitions:
    • Beall Center
    • SIGGRAPH
    • GDC
    • Ars Electronica
    • ZKM Future Cinema
alphawolf video
AlphaWolf Video
  • Scientific

American

Frontiers

Oct 22, 2002

alphawolf social relationships
AlphaWolf:Social Relationships
  • Emotion, Perception, Learning
  • Unique ID + emotional tag + confidence =

Context-Specific Emotional Memory

  • Create, Apply, Revise

Tomlinson, 2002

context preservation
Context Preservation
  • Neighborhoods
  • Social Relationships
  • Stereotypes

Cohen, Riolo & Axelrod, 1999

topic for discussion
Topic for Discussion
  • Tell a story about social relationships from your own life and describe what skills a computer would need to have in order to enact a similar scenario.
  • Discuss with neighbors - 5 minutes.
today s discussants are
Today’s discussants are...

…come on down front!

social relationship
Social Relationship
  • A learned and remembered construct by which one entity keeps track of its interaction history with another entity, and which affects its current and future interactions with that entity.