A crucial part of the intelligence that smart environments should display is a specific form of social intelligence: the ability to read human behavior and its traces in terms of underlying intentions and assumptions. Such ability is crucial to enable human users to tacitly coordinate and negotiate with smart and proactive digital environments. In this article, the authors argue that the necessary tool for this ability is behavioral and stigmergic implicit (i.e. non-conventional) communication. The authors present a basic theory of such a fundamental interactive means-the theory of Behavioral Implicit Communication (BIC).
Behavioral implicit communication (BIC): Communicating with smart environments via our practical behavior and its traces
IGI Pub., Hershey, PA , Stati Uniti d'America
International journal of ambient computing and intelligence (Print) 2 (2010): 1–12. doi:10.4018/jaci.2010010101
info:cnr-pdr/source/autori:Castelfranchi, Cristiano; Pezzulo, Giovanni; Tummolini, Luca/titolo:Behavioral implicit communication (BIC): Communicating with smart environments via our practical behavior and its traces/doi:10.4018/jaci.2010010101/rivista:Int