Minha Lee's research interests include moral conflicts and moral emotions in relation to technology. She works with various members of the 4TU center of Humans & Technology to explore qualitative and quantitative research methods, in a multidisciplinary manner.
Minha Lee graduated from the University of Amsterdam with a M.Sc. in Information Science, Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY with a B.F.A. in Digital Arts, and University of Minnesota - Twin cities with a B.A. in Philosophy.
End-to-end listening agent for audiovisual emotional and naturalistic interactionsJournal of Science and Technology of the Arts (2018)
A dyadic conversation dataset on moral emotions13th IEEE International Conference on Automatic Face and Gesture Recognition (FG 2018) (2018)
Bots mind the social-technical gap15th European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW 2017) (2017)
Exploring moral conflicts in speech7th International Conference on Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII 2017) (2017)
First time encounters with Roberta : a humanoid assistant for conversational autobiography creationeNTERFACE'16, July 18th - August 12th 2016, Enschede, the Netherlands (2017)
- The Quantified Self in Health
- Advanced Cognitive Engineering
- HTI Research project
- OGO Qualitative Methods for observation, analysis and reporting
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