Paper Session: Intelligent media interfaces - reacting to your every gesture!
Sophisticated media interfaces have featured at IBC for many years but interest in them has been heightened by the practicality of deep-learning algorithms and the publicity associated with voice interfaces such as Alexa. In this enlightening and entertaining session we shall examine the latest research across a range of media interface technologies.
Our leading experts will explore such questions as: How are voice interfaces designed and how are they actually used in the home? What does a new survey tell us about the way users consume video and what implications will this have for interface design? Finally, a new technology which can recognise you in two seconds from the way you handle your remote control! Come along and be amazed at what today's latest interfaces can learn about you!
Papers in order of presentation:
Dimitri Drouet, PhD Student, University of Toulouse, France, "USING SPEECH TO SEARCH: COMPARING BUILT-IN AND AMBIENT SPEECH SEARCH IN TERMS OF PRIVACY AND USER EXPERIENCE"
Henry Cooke, Senior Producer/Creative Technologist, BBC Research & Development, United Kingdom, "TALKING WITH MACHINES: PROTOTYPING VOICE INTERFACES FOR MEDIA"
Regina Bernhaupt, User Experience Research Director, Ruwido Austria Gmbh, Austria, "AUTHENTICATING THE TV USER BY BIOMETRIC CONTINUOUS MEASUREMENTS"
Greta Baisch, Consumer Insights Research Lead EMEA, Facebook, United Kingdom
"THE EVOLUTION OF VIDEO IN FEED ENVIRONMENTS"