May 22, 2017
 
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Affective posture and body movement as modality for human-computer interaction
Nadia Berthouze
Body expressions are a powerful means for technology designers to enhance people's wellbeing and social interaction.

Verification of electronic voting systems
Mark Ryan
Designing a voting system that satisfies coercion resistance and election verifiability proves challenging to cryptography.

Pervasive adoption of social norms in workplace interactions
Mónica Sara Santos
An anonymous online system for flagging violations of cultural norms can address potential conflicts in open-plan offices.

Social adaptation in conversational agents
Stefan Kopp
Technology interfaces can improve human-machine interaction when they learn to adapt to users in social settings.

Engaging the public with a hybrid puppet
Matthew Studley, Claire Rocks, and David McGoran
A puppet with robotic features and emotional expressions can make general audiences think about the role of machines in everyday life.

Reflective assistant: an ideal friend
Nikola Serbedzija
The ultimate goal of the 'reflective approach' in a multidisplinary computing environment is to design genuinely friendly future control systems suited to the needs of individual users.