Emotion Markup Language is a W3C Recommendation

I am pleased to announce today's publication of Emotion Markup Language
(EmotionML) 1.0 as a W3C Recommendation. 


>From the specification: 

"As the Web is becoming ubiquitous, interactive, and multimodal, technology
needs to deal increasingly with human factors, including emotions. The
specification of Emotion Markup Language 1.0 aims to strike a balance
between practical applicability and scientific well-foundedness. The
language is conceived as a "plug-in" language suitable for use in three
different areas: (1) manual annotation of data; (2) automatic recognition of
emotion-related states from user behavior; and (3) generation of
emotion-related system behavior.

See the W3C announcement [1] for more information."


Best regards,

Debbie Dahl

W3C Multimodal Interaction Working Group Chair


[1]  <http://www.w3.org/blog/news/archives/3861>



Received on Thursday, 22 May 2014 19:28:07 UTC