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Data-driven Finger Motion Synthesis with Interactions Moshe Bitan, Galit Nahari, Zvi Nisin, Ariel Roth and Sarit Kraus. Psychologically based Virtual-Suspect for Interrogative Interview Training, AAAI 2017

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Psychologically based Virtual-Suspect for Interrogative Interview Training Moshe Bitan, Galit Nahari, Zvi Nisin, Ariel Roth and Sarit Kraus. Psychologically based Virtual-Suspect for Interrogative Interview Training, AAAI 2017.

Computer Supported Training of JITs Joana Campos, Jo~ao Guerreiro, Brian Ravenet, Rui Prada and Ana Paiva: Intelligent Agents and Synthetic Characters Group - INESC-ID, Lisbon - Portugal

Designing a Training Tool for Transnational JITs Joana Campos, Jo~ao Guerreiro, Brian Ravenet, Rui Prada and Ana Paiva: Intelligent Agents and Synthetic Characters Group - INESC-ID, Lisbon - Portugal / Emma Jaspaert and Geert Vervaeke: Leuvens Instituut voor Criminologie - KU Leuven - Belgium / Galit Nahari, Ariel Roth and Sarit Kraus: Bar-Ilan University - Israel

When Security Games Hit Traffic: Optimal Traffic Enforcement Under One Sided Uncertainty A. Rosenfeld, O. Maksimov and S. Kraus When Security Games Hit Traffic: Optimal Traffic Enforcement Under One Sided Uncertainty, IJCAI 2017.

Optimizing Traffic Enforcement Ariel Rosenfeld, Oleg Maksimov and Sarit Kraus. Optimizing Traffic Enforcement: From the Lab to the Roads, GameSec 2017

A Semi-Supervised Learning Approach for Acoustic-Prosodic Personality Perception in Under-Resourced Domains Ruben Solera-Urena, Helena Moniz, Fernando Batista, Vera Cabarrao, Anna Pompili, Ramon Fernandez-Astudillo, Joana Campos, Ana Paiva, Isabel Trancoso | Spoken Language Systems Laboratory, INESC-ID Lisboa, Portugal | FLUL/CLUL, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal | Instituto Universitario de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal | Instituto Superior Tecnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal | Intelligent Agents and Synthetic Characters Group, INESC-ID Lisboa, Portugal | Unbabel Lda, Portugal

Engineering Pro-sociality with Autonomous Agents “Engineering Pro-sociality with Autonomous Agents”, by Ana Paiva, Fernando Santos and Francisco C. Santos, presented at AAAI’18. This paper won the first prize of the Blue Sky Awards sponsored by the Computing Community Consortium (CCC) at the AAAI-18 Senior Member Presentation Track.

Groups of humans and robots: Understanding membership preferences and team formation Correia, F., Petisca, S., Alves-Oliveira, P., Ribeiro, T., Melo, F. S., & Paiva, A. Groups of humans and robots: Understanding membership preferences and team formation. RSS’17, Robotics Science and Systems, 2017.