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Human-AI interaction: Co-Pilots, Trainers, and Augmentation | Prof. Mark Chignell, University of Toronto

  • 11 Jan 2024
  • 7:00 PM
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  • Current TorCHI members

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What are the key issues that arise when humans and artificial intelligence (AI) systems work together? What are the different ways in which humans can collaborate, and who is helping whom? This talk discusses these issues in the area of interactive machine learning through two case studies - one in healthcare and one in cybersecurity. This talk also covers future research issues in human-AI interaction and improving collaboration between the human factors and HCI disciplines to address human-AI interaction challenges.

Mark Chignell a Professor of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at the University of Toronto, with a status-only appointment in the Department of Computer Science. From 2013-2017 he was Director of the Knowledge Media Design Institute, and BUL Chair in Human-Computer Interaction. He is the director of the Interactive Media Lab and the founder of Centivizer Inc., a University of Toronto spinoff company. He carries out research in human-AI interaction and user interface design, with particular interest in aging, interactive machine learning, cybersecurity and healthcare.

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