EmotionML

Working Draft of New Emotion Markup Language

Jessica Thornsby

W3C publish second public working draft of the new Emotion Markup Language, which is intended to be used as a “plugin” language.

The W3C has published the second public working draft of the Emotion Markup
Language (EmotionML)

EmotionML is intended to be used as a “plugin” language, for use
in the manual annotation of data; the automatic recognition of
emotion-related states from user behaviour; and the generation of
emotion-related system behaviour. It is envisioned that interactive
systems are likely to involve both analysis and generation of
emotion-related behavior.

More information on EmotionML, is available at the working
draft.

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