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CLT seminar: Jessica Villing - Dialogue strategies for cognitive load management

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The advantages of using speech technology for controlling in-vehicle devices are intuitive obvious - the driver is able to keep the hands on the steering wheel and the eyes on the road, and therefore the driver’s attention can be kept on the driving task. By analysing human-human in-vehicle conversations we believe that we can get clues on how to further develop in-vehicle dialogue systems and make them cognitive workload-aware. By implementing certain dialogue strategies we believe that it is possible to decrease the driver’s cognitive workload and thereby increase safety on the roads.

In this working seminar, I will present the thesis work I have been doing so far. It includes a classification of different types of workload, and a method for distinguishing between workload types using workload measurement tools in combination with an analysis of in-car conversations.

Date: 2014-10-30 10:30 - 12:00

Location: L308, Lennart Torstenssonsgatan 8

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