Guided Conversations about Leadership: Mentoring with Movies and Interactive Characters (bibtex)
by Hill, Randall W., Douglas, Jay, Gordon, Andrew S., Pighin, Frédéric and van Velson, Martin
Abstract:
Think Like a Commander - Excellence in Leadership (TLAC-XL) is an application designed for learning leadership skills both from the experiences of others and through a structured dialogue about issues raised in a vignette. The participant watches a movie, interacts with a synthetic mentor and interviews characters in the story. The goal is to enable leaders to learn the human dimensions of leadership, addressing a gap in the training tools currently available to the U.S. Army. The TLAC-XL application employs a number of Artificial Intelligence technologies, including the use of a coordination architecture, a machine learning approach to natural language processing, and an algorithm for the automated animation of rendered human faces.
Reference:
Guided Conversations about Leadership: Mentoring with Movies and Interactive Characters (Hill, Randall W., Douglas, Jay, Gordon, Andrew S., Pighin, Frédéric and van Velson, Martin), In Proceedings of the 15th Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence Conference, 2003.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{hill_guided_2003,
	address = {Acapulco, Mexico},
	title = {Guided {Conversations} about {Leadership}: {Mentoring} with {Movies} and {Interactive} {Characters}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Guided%20Conversations%20about%20Leadership-%20Mentoring%20with%20Movies%20and%20Interactive%20Characters.pdf},
	abstract = {Think Like a Commander - Excellence in Leadership (TLAC-XL) is an application designed for learning leadership skills both from the experiences of others and through a structured dialogue about issues raised in a vignette. The participant watches a movie, interacts with a synthetic mentor and interviews characters in the story. The goal is to enable leaders to learn the human dimensions of leadership, addressing a gap in the training tools currently available to the U.S. Army. The TLAC-XL application employs a number of Artificial Intelligence technologies, including the use of a coordination architecture, a machine learning approach to natural language processing, and an algorithm for the automated animation of rendered human faces.},
	booktitle = {Proceedings of the 15th {Innovative} {Applications} of {Artificial} {Intelligence} {Conference}},
	author = {Hill, Randall W. and Douglas, Jay and Gordon, Andrew S. and Pighin, Frédéric and van Velson, Martin},
	month = aug,
	year = {2003},
	keywords = {The Narrative Group}
}
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