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MCI-WS02: UCAI 2021: Workshop on User-Centered Artificial Intelligence

September 5, 2021 @ 13:00 - 17:00

Buschek, Daniel (1), Loepp, Benedikt (2), Schäfer, Hanna (3), Wörndl, Wolfgang (4)
1: University of Bayreuth, 2: University of Duisburg-Essen, 3: University of Konstanz, 4: Technical University of Munich

The proliferation of AI-based techniques poses a range of new challenges for the design and engineering of intelligent and adaptive systems since they tend to act as black boxes and do not offer the user sufficient transparency, control, and interaction opportunities, which are considered major goals of user-centered design in the HCI field. This workshop aims at sharing and discussing recent developments at the intersection of HCI and AI, and at exploring novel methodological, technical, and interaction approaches. Researchers with diverse disciplinary backgrounds can and should contribute to advancing the research agenda in this emerging field of research.



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Noise over Fear of Missing Out

Johannes Schleith, Nina Hristozova, Brian Chechmanek, Carolyn Bussey, Leszek Michalak
Thomson Reuters

Design Decision Framework for AI Explanations

Oghenemaro Anuyah, William Fine, Ronald Metoyer
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, United States of America

On the Convergence of Intelligent Decision Aids

Benedikt Loepp
University of Duisburg-Essen

The Role of Explanations of AI Systems: Beyond Trust and Helping to Form Mental Models

Milda Norkute
Thomson Reuters, Switzerland

How can Small Data Sets be Clustered?

Anna Christina Weigand, Daniel Lange, Maria Rauschenberger
Faculty of Technology, University of Applied Sciences Emden/Leer

Audit, Don’t Explain – Recommendations Based on a Socio-Technical Understanding of ML-Based Systems

Hendrik Heuer
Universität Bremen, Deutschland

An Explainability Approach for Conversational User Interfaces in Walk-Up-And-Use Contexts

Tim Schrills, Leon Schmid, Hans-Christian Jetter, Thomas Franke
University of Luebeck, Germany

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September 5, 2021
13:00 - 17:00