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Golden Versus Platinum Rules [Ethically Speaking]

IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine, 2017

Examines the differences between the Golden Rule and the Platinum Rule. Addresses how this effects personal relationships. In short, the Golden Rule is: Treat others as you want to be treated; and the Platinum Rule is: Treat others as they want to be treated. Explores the concept of empathy and its significance when applying these rules.


Peak Performance Leadership: Emotional Intelligence

Peak Performance Leadership: Emotional Intelligence, 12/27/2012

Emotional intelligence or the ability to connect with people is often cited as a key leadership skill. In this tutorial on peak performance leadership, Dr. LoPresti discusses the four domains of emotional intelligence and how leaders can benefit from improvement in this area. A self-scored questionnaire for assessing one's own level of emotional intelligence is included.


Exploring Socially Intelligent Recharge Behaviour for Human-Robot Interaction

2014 9th ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI), 2014

In this paper we try to highlight the need for social intelligence during the recharge activity of mobile robots and report a study performed to investigate people's attitude towards recharge behaviour of an office robot.


Assessing the impact of personality and psychological ownership in determining emotional intelligence of information technology(IT) employees using curve fit regression

2017 International Conference on Intelligent Sustainable Systems (ICISS), 2017

For ages we've been debating about whether or not Emotional intelligence will also be learned. Even EI is contributing 80% of a individuals success we aren't mindful of it. Intelligence(IQ) is a threshold potential for entry degree function. Emotional Intelligence is the sine qua non of management. This the connection between demographic characteristics of the respondents and the extent of ...


Peak Performance Leadership: The Whole Brained Leader

Peak Performance Leadership: The Whole Brained Leader, 12/27/2012

In this tutorial on peak performance leadership Dr. LoPresti discusses how findings from split-brain studies can be used to improve leadership skills. Leaders also benefit from developing a more wholistic perspective and learning how to analyze and use metaphors in facing challenges. A leader will also be able to communicate more effectively by incorporating metaphors through storytelling.


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  • Golden Versus Platinum Rules [Ethically Speaking]

    Examines the differences between the Golden Rule and the Platinum Rule. Addresses how this effects personal relationships. In short, the Golden Rule is: Treat others as you want to be treated; and the Platinum Rule is: Treat others as they want to be treated. Explores the concept of empathy and its significance when applying these rules.

  • Peak Performance Leadership: Emotional Intelligence

    Emotional intelligence or the ability to connect with people is often cited as a key leadership skill. In this tutorial on peak performance leadership, Dr. LoPresti discusses the four domains of emotional intelligence and how leaders can benefit from improvement in this area. A self-scored questionnaire for assessing one's own level of emotional intelligence is included.

  • Exploring Socially Intelligent Recharge Behaviour for Human-Robot Interaction

    In this paper we try to highlight the need for social intelligence during the recharge activity of mobile robots and report a study performed to investigate people's attitude towards recharge behaviour of an office robot.

  • Assessing the impact of personality and psychological ownership in determining emotional intelligence of information technology(IT) employees using curve fit regression

    For ages we've been debating about whether or not Emotional intelligence will also be learned. Even EI is contributing 80% of a individuals success we aren't mindful of it. Intelligence(IQ) is a threshold potential for entry degree function. Emotional Intelligence is the sine qua non of management. This the connection between demographic characteristics of the respondents and the extent of emotional intelligence, the influence of Big Five Personality traits towards the level of respondents Emotional Intelligence, the influence of Psychological ownership of respondents towards Emotional Intelligence, the influence of Emotional Intelligence towards job Performance, employees wellbeing and stress tolerance. Performance has been categorized as individual context and Task Oriented.

  • Peak Performance Leadership: The Whole Brained Leader

    In this tutorial on peak performance leadership Dr. LoPresti discusses how findings from split-brain studies can be used to improve leadership skills. Leaders also benefit from developing a more wholistic perspective and learning how to analyze and use metaphors in facing challenges. A leader will also be able to communicate more effectively by incorporating metaphors through storytelling.

  • Research on News Topic-Driven Market Flucatuation and Predication

    In order to forecast the price movement of stock with the correlated news events, an enhanced Topic-driven model with the positional weight of feature words and label of stocks, named LP-LDA model, is proposed to represent and analyze the intrinsic mechanism in financial market. The experiment results show that LP-LDA has a better performance than traditional LDA model. Especially, when the number of topics are increasing, the running time of LP- LDA model are 0.69s, 0.78 s and 1.15s at 100, 200 and 300 topics, respectively, which are better than LDA. Furthermore, Degree of Influence (DoI) is defined to describe the considerable influence about the news events on the price movement of certain stock, which provides a new mechanism to measure the fluctuating price. The experiment results shown that the coefficient of correlation between news topic and return rate of stock is 0.9137, which is much higher than other results of experiment.

  • Interactive Cognitive Systems and Social Intelligence

    Research on cognitive systems adopts the aims and assumptions of classical AI research, emphasizing the construction of intelligent agents that exhibit complex behavior. This article reviews the cognitive systems paradigm and two widely adopted hypotheses-physical symbol systems and heuristic search-that underpin it. The author introduces a third claim-the social cognition hypothesis-that states intelligence requires the ability to represent and reason about others' mental states. The article also examines a number of computational artifacts, both historical and recent, that focus on interaction and exhibit this capacity. Examples include dialogue systems, synthetic experts, believable agents, intelligent tutors, interactive robots, and instructable game players. In closing, the author identifies issues in social cognition that deserve greater attention and poses challenges that can drive future research on interactive cognitive systems.

  • Thinking like a Leader: the TILL System

    Course content reaffirmed: 06/2015--The system of leadership communication introduced in this course is designed to increase your ability to influence people. This system, called TILL, was introduced in the book, Thinking & Interacting Like a Leader. In essence, the system focuses on interpersonal communication skills. However, it addresses any situation in which a manager delivers a message to organization members, whether that message is delivered face-to-face, in writing or electronically.

  • Amplifying the Social Intelligence of Teams Through Human Swarming

    Artificial Swarm Intelligence (ASI) is a method for amplifying the collective intelligence of human groups by connecting networked participants into real- time systems modeled after natural swarms and moderated by AI algorithms. ASI has been shown to amplify performance in a wide range of tasks, from forecasting financial markets to prioritizing conflicting objectives. This study explores the ability of ASI systems to amplify the social intelligence of small teams. A set of 61 teams, each of 3 to 6 members, was administered a standard social sensitivity test -“Reading the Mind in the Eyes” or RME. Subjects took the test both as individuals and as ASI systems (i.e. “swarms”). The average individual scored 24 of 35 correct (32% error) on the RME test, while the average ASI swarm scored 30 of 35 correct (15% error). Statistical analysis found that the groups working as ASI swarms had significantly higher social sensitivity than individuals working alone or groups working together by plurality vote (p<;0.001). This suggests that when groups reach decisions as real-time ASI swarms, they make better use of their social intelligence than when working alone or by traditional group vote.

  • Using Social Reasoning Framework to Guide Normative Behaviour of Intelligent Virtual Agents

    Social norms have a potential to contribute to advances in social intelligence. One approach to take this advantage in the design of virtual agents is the use of institutional models - a social reasoning framework which brings about social norms - in conjunction with classical AI techniques, to achieve the appropriate recognition of complex situations and provide guidance on the subsequent choice of adequate action(s) with norms. In this paper, we aim to show that the combination of an institution providing social reasoning and BDI agents providing individual reasoning, establishes a framework for socially intelligent behaviour by the interplay between: (i) the institution and Intelligent Virtual Agents (IVAs), and (ii) norms maintained by the institution and the mental states of IVAs. From an engineering point of view, the framework provides a separation of concerns because the BDI agent is augmented with the capacity to process social obligations, while the specification and verification of social structure resides in the institutional models. We illustrate our approach with two scenarios: one on queuing and another on inter-personal distance theory.



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