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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
KBSE 2023-01-19
13:00
Ishikawa  
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Development of history-based chatbots in Slack
Yushi Matsuoka, Yutaka Matsuno (Nihon Univ.) KBSE2022-43
In recent years, due to the impact of COVID-19 and other factors, user assistance that does not involve online or person... [more] KBSE2022-43
pp.1-6
SS, IPSJ-SE, KBSE [detail] 2022-07-28
16:55
Hokkaido Hokkaido-Jichiro-Kaikan (Sapporo)
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Development of ontology for a chatbot with frequently updated knowledge
Shigenori Takeda, Takako Nakatani (OUJ) SS2022-5 KBSE2022-15
If we implement frequently updated knowledge in an instance model ontology, the ontology should be updated according to ... [more] SS2022-5 KBSE2022-15
pp.25-30
HCS 2022-01-29
10:10
Online Online A Study Focusing on Conversational Tasks for Interactive Mental Health Support Using Chatbot
Kouyou Otsu, Shigen Shimojo, Keita Kiuchi, Yugo Hayashi (Ritsumeikan Univ.) HCS2021-52
With the growing public concern about mental health, there are high expectations for the realization of a simple and sus... [more] HCS2021-52
pp.55-60
SWIM 2021-02-19
15:25
Online Online Proposal of Interactive Class Evaluation Questionnaire System
Ryo Okuda, Hiroki Suguri (Miyagi Univ.) SWIM2020-18
In recent years, chatbots are frequently introduced to improve work efficiency and reduce labor. In addition, chatbots a... [more] SWIM2020-18
pp.38-43
HCGSYMPO
(2nd)
2020-12-15
- 2020-12-17
Online Online Design of Interface Agent Inducing Video-mediated Co-eating Communications
Naoki Ohshima (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Hiroto Saito, Hiroko Tokunaga, Toshitaka Hanai, Chiaki Ogiwara, Naoki Mukawa (Tokyo Denki Univ.)
“Remote co-dining communication,” which connects remote families with videos via a network for eating together, is consi... [more]
HCS 2020-08-22
13:00
Online Online Implementing and Evaluating feedback function of Mind Monitoring Service for Elderly People at Home
Chisaki Miura, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Kiyoshi Yasuda (OIT) HCS2020-33
In order to support sustainable in-home long-term care, it is essential to monitor mental states of elderly people at ho... [more] HCS2020-33
pp.71-76
LOIS 2020-03-12
15:15
Okinawa Nobumoto Ohama Memorial Hall
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Empirical Evaluation of Mind Monitoring Service for Elderly People at Home Using LINE Chatbot
Chisaki Miura, Haruhisa Maeda, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Kiyoshi Yasuda (OIT) LOIS2019-80
In order to support sustainable in-home long-term care, it is essential to monitor mental states of elderly people at ho... [more] LOIS2019-80
pp.139-144
WIT 2019-08-10
14:30
Tochigi Teikyo University, Utsunomiya Campus (TBD) Rule-Based Talking Service to Elderly at Home for Efficient Mind Sensing
Haruhisa Maeda, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Kiyoshi Yasuda (OIT) WIT2019-10
In order to support sustainable in-home long-term care, it is essential to monitor mental states of elderly people at ho... [more] WIT2019-10
pp.7-12
NLC, IPSJ-IFAT 2019-02-07
16:30
Kyoto Ryukoku University Omiya Campus [Invited Talk] NLP for Disaster Situation: R&D of Chatbot helping Crisis Response on SIP
Masatsugu Hangyo (WNI), Kiyonori Ohtake (NICT) NLC2018-41
Disaster response agencies are challenged with lack of human resources in a disaster situation. Efficient
disaster resp... [more]
NLC2018-41
p.33
DE, IPSJ-DBS, IPSJ-IFAT 2018-09-14
13:00
Tokyo   A Study on Interaction Analysis Using Japanese Learner's Conversation Data and the Tendency of Dialogue Breaking
Hiromitsu Ota (OUJ) DE2018-9
Recently, the introduction of chat bots to call centers and the like has become popular, more accurate, dialogue respons... [more] DE2018-9
pp.1-6
NLC, IPSJ-DC 2018-09-06
13:10
Tokyo Seikei University A Consideration on Analysis of Interaction Analysis Using Japanese Learner's Conversation Database and Analysis of Dialogue collapse -- Toward detection of dialog crash and application to dialog system --
Hiromitsu Ota (OUJ) NLC2018-12
Recently, the introduction of chat bots to enterprises has become popular instead of human beings. However, although dee... [more] NLC2018-12
pp.19-24
LOIS 2018-03-02
13:00
Okinawa Naha-City IT Souzoukan(Okinawa) Implementation and Evaluation of Elderly Context Notification Service using Activity Recognition based on Environmental Changes
Kazunari Tamamizu, Seiji Sakakibara, Sachio Saiki, Masahide Nakamura (Kobe Univ.), Kiyoshi Yasuda (Chiba Rosai Hospital) LOIS2017-86
The ICT-based elderly monitoring systems attract great attention as a promising technology for home elderly care. Howeve... [more] LOIS2017-86
pp.87-92
ICM 2017-07-06
13:50
Hokkaido   Development and evaluation of fully automatic ChatOps system by utilizing configuration management information
Norimasa Kamiya, Shinsaku Numata, Shoji Hashimoto, Dai Kashiwa (NTT.Com) ICM2017-6
Automation of information system operation by ChatOps has been spreading. However, in order to operate the information s... [more] ICM2017-6
pp.13-18
TL 2007-12-14
15:45
Tokyo Tokyo University of Technology A Note of Semantic Understanding system -- Approach from Non-Artificial Intelligence --
Michio Yamanobe (Graduate School, Tokyo Univ. of Technology), Hiroyuki Kameda (Tokyo Univ. of Technology) TL2007-50
By the development of the robot technology in recent years, human and the machine's taking communications is vecoming po... [more] TL2007-50
pp.55-59
TL 2007-12-14
16:15
Tokyo Tokyo University of Technology Artificial Consideration in Chatbot
Hajime Nanba (Graduate School, Tokyo Univ.), Hiroyuki Kameda (Tokyo Univ. of Technology) TL2007-51
The mind is necessary for robots so that robots may live with persons. However, the structure of the mind has not been c... [more] TL2007-51
pp.61-65
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