Human Computer Interaction is the study of relationships among people and computers. As the digital world is getting multi-modal, the information space is getting more and more complex. In order to navigate this information space and to capture and apply this information to appropriate use, an effective interaction between human and computer is required. Such interactions are only possible if computers can understand and respond to important modalities of human interaction. Speech, Image, and Language Processing for Human Computer Interaction aims to indentify the emerging research areas in Human Computer Interaction and discusses the current state of the arts in these areas. This collection of knowledge includes the basic concepts and technologies in language, as well as future developments in this area. This volume will serve as a reference for researchers and students alike to broaden their knowledge of state-of-the-art HCI.