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MIT Media Lab

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2012

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2009

2008

2006 - 2007

2003 - 2005

  • Virtual Fitness Trainer Gets Pulses racing by Bennett Daviss, New Scientist, December 3, 2005, Magazine issue 2528.
  • ILP Edition of MIT Technology Insider, October 2004.
  • Entschuldigung vom Drucker, by Hilmar Schmundt, Der Spiegel, 26 April 2004, p. 194.
  • Computers with Attitude, Science News for Kids, March 2004.
  • New Computers Sense Users' Feelings, Respond by Chelsea Stark, The Daily Texan, February 20, 2004, page 6.
  • The Love Machine by David Diamond, WIRED, December 2003, pages 230-235.
  • Si Hacemos Los Ordenadores Mas Humanos Se Negaran A Trabajar by Javier Cavanilles, El Mundo, Valencia/Sociedad Julio 2003, pg. 10.
  • Entrevista: Rosalind Picard: Experta del MIT en Computacion Afectiva by Alejandro Sacristan, Muy Interesante, No. 266, Julio 2003, pages 137-138.

2001-2002

  • Accident Free Driving: A Change of Perspectives, DaimlerChrysler HighTech Report, Edition 2/2002, pages 46-51.
  • Self Portraits of the Future, Emotion and the Computer by Noriko Takiguchi, Axis,Volume 99, September/October 2002, pages 111-113.
  • How MIT Won Me Over by June Wakefield, ZDNet (UK), June 26, 2001.
  • Customer empathy Infoconomist, May 9, 2002.
  • A Human Touch for Machines by Charles Piller, LA Times, May 7, 2002.
  • Looking Alive by Thomas Hine, The Atlantic, November 2001.
  • At MIT Lab, Emotions Do Compute by Ellen Gamerman,The Baltimore Sun, August 22, 2001, page 1.
  • Sensual Computing, PC PRO, Futures, May 1, 2001.
  • E-Learners Should Rule by Tamara Hosansky, Medical Meetings, April 1, 2001.
  • Making Sense: Robot Research Eyes Emotion by Gareth Cook,The Boston Globe, City & Region, April 30, 2001.
  • Getting to Know You by Carolyn Marshall, Business 2.0, March 20, 2001.
  • Wearable Computers, PC Upgrade, March 1, 2001.

2000

  • Getting the Picture: How A Cybernetic Camera Triggered by the Subconscious Could Tackle Image Overload by Don Lake, Advanced Imaging, November, 2000.
  • Wearable Computers by William Van Winkle, Laptop, Science & Technology, October 1, 2000, pages 130- 136.
  • The IBTE Conversation: Computers That "Feel Your Pain" with Rosalind Picard by Albert M. Erisman and David W. Gill, Bulletin of the Institute for Business, Technology & Ethics, Issue 13, October 2000, pages 4-9.
  • The Media Lab at a Crossroads by David H. Freedman, Technology ReviewSeptember/October, 2000, pages 71-83.
  • Warm and Fuzzy Logic by Peter Kupfer,Metropolis, July 2000, pages 100-105, 134.
  • Citiace Pocitace", Pravda, Techn. Spektrum, June 29, 2000.
  • Putting a Smiley Face on the Computer by Grant Buckler,Computer Dealer News, June 2, 2000.
  • La Moda Chip by Gian Emilio Mazzoleni,Carnet, June 1, 2000, pages 64-66 and September 1, 2000 (Milan).
  • Smart Envrironments, The MIT Report, March, 2000, pages 1-4.
  • PC, Gefuhlsecht, General-Anzeiger, April 2000.
  • Computer Sollen Sensibel Werden, Neue Westfalische and Haller Kreisblatt, April, 2000.
  • Computer Sollen in Zukunft Sensibler Werden,Oberhessische Zeitung andKreis-Anzeiger fur Wetterau und Vogelsberg, April, 2000.
  • Wie Sage Ich Es Meinem Computer?, Freiberger Nachrichten, April 14, 2000, page 8. Also in Grenchner Tagblatt , March 22, 2000, page 25;Langenthaler Tagblatt, March 22, 2000, page 25 and Berner Rundschau, March, 22, 2000, page 25.
  • Modern PCs: Infinite Potential, As Always by Jim Rue, Computer Service & Repair, March/April, 2000.
  • Le Cybermonde Au Quotidien by Bruno D. Cot, L'Express, February, 10, 2000, page 97.
  • Before Long, The Desktop Could Know How You Feel by Ian Austen,International Herald Tribune, New York, Jan. 10, 2000.
  • Soon: Computers That Know You Hate Them by Ian Austen, The New York Times,, Circuits, January 6, 2000, pages E1, E7-E8.
  • Den Cursor mit Blinken Lenken, Desiree Karge and Harald Fette, CHIP, December 1999, pages 288-293.

1999

  • Affective Computing and SENS*BLES, Weekly Toyo Keizai (in Japanese), December 11, 1999, pages 30-32.
  • The Feeling Machines: Would You Want Your PC to Respond to your Emotions? Affective Computers Can do Just That &#;151 and much more by James Geary, Time, October 11, 1999, pages 14-16.
  • El Paradigma Nord-America, Tecno 2000, Dona I Ciencia, Revisita D'Innovacio A L' Empresa, Setembre/Octubre, 1999. page 6.
  • El Paradigma Nordamericano, Tecno 2000, Mujer Y Cienca, Revisita De Innovacion En La Empresa, Setiembre/Octubre, 1999. page 4.
  • Computers May Ease Life's Vexations by Tom Stein, San Francisco Chronicle, July 26, 1999.
  • Software, Hardware And Ready-to-Wear by Linton Weeks, Washington Post, June 18, 1999.
  • Computers Will Be More Human by Michael J. Miller, PC Magazine, June 22, 1999, page 113.
  • Edinburgh Festival Announcement, Computing (London), March 25, 1999.
  • IBM Research Director Focuses on Future of Computing by Janet Rae-Dupree, Troy (NY) Record, January 25, 1999.
  • Interface-Off by Matt Steinglass, Metropolis, June 1999, pages 118-126.
  • I Know How You Feel by Clive Davidson, New Scientist, May 8, 1999, pages 26-31.
  • Ausgerechnet Wir by Christian Buck, Konrad, pages 22-28.
  • Se Il Computer Ha l’arteriosclerosi by Gualtiero Peirce, La Repubbica, page 39.
  • On Your Wavelength by Hester Lacey, The Independent On Sunday, May 26,1999.
  • Miss Rosalind et Son Ordinateur by Jean-Luc Andrei, Vogue, February 1999.

1998

  • A Motherboard's Love by Emily Esterson, Inc. , September 15, 1998, No. 3, page 31.
  • Mood Music by Christopher Miller, Popular Science, October 1998, page 45.
  • MIT's PC breakthrough by Margaret Kane, ZDNet News, July 26, 1998.
  • These Computers Know you Don't Like Them by Margaret Kane, ZDNet News, July 22,1998.
  • Computer With A Heart Is Goal, Designer Says, Washington Times, February 17, 1998.
  • A HAL Of A Way To Take The Chip Off Marvin's Cold Shoulder by Tony Durham, The Times Higher, March 13, 1998, page 111.
  • Soft-hearted Hardware On The Way by Oliver Burkeman, The Independent Network, December 14, 1998.
  • Collected Works by Wendy Grossman, New Scientist, January 17, 1999, page 47.
  • Getting to Know You: Should Computers Have Emotions? by Lee Ridgway, MIT I/S, Volume 13, No. 4, March/April 1998, pages 1-2.
  • Computers with Emotions by Jeffrey H. Epstein, The Futurist, April 1998, page 12.
  • PostScript Meets Pasta: MIT - Lab Full of High-Tech Toys by Jamie Beckett, San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, October 9, 1998.
  • Wear Do PCs Go From Here? by Douglas Gantenbein, Home Office Computing, November 1998.
  • Computer Mit Gefulhlen by Karlhorst Klotz, CHIP, July 7, 1998, page 216.
  • In the Labs, Wearable Computers Are Becoming a Reality by Michel Marriott, The New York Times, July 23, 1998.
  • Boost Your PC's Emotional IQ by staff writer, Time Digital, September 7, 1998.
  • L'ordinateur Affectif (The Emotional Computer) by Roman Ikonicoff, Science & Vie, Number 971, August 1998, pages 120-121.
  • Music and Graphics in Harmony by Donna Coco, Computer Graphics World, 1998.
  • Computer Emozionante by Simona Vigna, Il Mondo, Number 33/34, August 1998, pages 80-82.
  • Digital CultureAtlantic Unbound, April 29, 1998.
  • FM Interviews: Rosalind Picard",First Monday, April 1998.
  • Music and Graphics in Harmony by Donna Coco, Computer Graphics World, August 1998, pages 20-21.
  • The Body's Musical Rhythms by Julie Flaherty, New York Times, Circuits, June 11, 1998, page E4.
  • Lockhart Suits Up by Beth Carney and Maureen Dezell, The Boston Globe, June 4, 1998.

1996-1997

  • Emotionale Aufrüstung (Emotional Upgrade) by Christian Webber, Focus, Number 40, 1997, pages 246-248.
  • Socrates At The Terminal: Emotion's Neglected Role In High-Tech Education by Norman Weinstein, Educom Review, November/December 1997, pages 52-55.
  • Frontiers in Cyberspace: Agents and Emissaries by John Adams, Webs, Wires & Waves, New York Times Ad Supplement, April 20, 1997.
  • Beyond the Internet Generation 2 by John Adams, NSF feature in Discover, May 1997.
  • Research Shows Computers Can Be Murder by Peter Coffee, PC Week, December 29, 1997.
  • These Computers Were Made For Wearing by Lori Valigra, The Christian Science Monitor, December 18, 1997, pages 10-11.
  • Laugh and Your Computer Will Laugh With You, Someday by Daniel Goleman, The New York Times, January 7, 1997, pages C1, C9.
  • You're Wrong, Mr. Spock by David Concar, New Scientist Supplement, April 26, 1996, pages 4-7.
  • Negroponte: Affective Computing by Nicholas Negroponte with Rosalind W. PicardWIRED, April 1996, page 184.
  • Aqui se Fabrica O Futuro by Heitor Shimizu and Ricardo Setti, Super Interessante, March 1996, pages 50-51.