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A Job Interview Simulation: Social Cue-based Interaction with a Virtual Character

Tobias Baur, Ionut Damian, Patrick Gebhard, Kaśka Porayska-Pomsta and Elisabeth André

A Job Interview Simulation: Social Cue-based Interaction with a Virtual Character

This paper presents an approach that makes use of a virtual character and social signal processing techniques to create an immersive job interview simulation environment. In this environment, the virtual character plays the role of a recruiter which reacts and adapts to the user’s behavior thanks to a component for the automatic recognition of social cues (conscious or unconscious behavioral patterns). The social cues pertinent to job interviews have been identified using a knowledge elicitation study with real job seekers. Finally, we present two user studies to investigate the feasibility of the proposed approach as well as the impact of such a system on users.
Proceedings of the IEEE/ASE International Conference on Social Computing (SocialCom 2013). Washington D.C., USA. 8.-14. September 2013
Fundstelle: 220-227


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