Social intelligence design: a junction between engineering and social sciences

Miura, Asako; Matsumura, Naohiro
March 2009
AI & Society;Mar2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p139
Academic Journal
The article discusses social intelligence design (SID), a research field which attempts to integrate understanding and designing social intelligence. According to the author, it involves engineering approaches regarding design and implementation of systems and environment, and scientific approaches addressing cognitive and social psychological understanding of social intelligence. The papers discussed at the Fifth International Workshop of Social Intelligence Design are also presented.


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