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    • Designing Not Knowing 

      Devendorf, Laura (2021-03-11)
      As a design researcher and educator working in human-computer interaction, I often find myself in the business of "empowering" students by teaching them design. As a professor, I write grant proposals that use the magic ...
    • Designing Socio-technical Systems for Learning in the Third Place 

      Clegg, Tamara (2020-10-15)
      Oldenberg (1989) characterizes Third Places as the gathering places outside of home, work, and school where informal public life (e.g., friendship, laughter, light-heartedness, civic participation) develop dynamically. ...
    • Designing Technologies to Drive Curiosity 

      Roberts, Jessica (2019-09-26)
      When we think about technology mediating human interactions with data, we often think about how it improves the practices of people’s usual activities, from making them more mindful of their daily movements through ...
    • Disney Animation: Story and Technology 

      Madej, Krystina (2019-10-24)
      Walt Disney is described variously as an American entrepreneur, a film producer, a pioneer of the American animation industry, the founder of the theme park industry. Public perception of him is of a filmmaker with an ...
    • Ethics Work: Engaging Technology Values and Ethics through Design 

      Wong, Richmond (2022-09-22)
      Growing public discussions, legislative actions, and worker actions call for greater consideration of social values and ethics during technology development. In response, approaches such as compliance checklists have been ...
    • Everyday Materials Transformed by Computing 

      Oh, HyunJoo (2019-10-31)
      Look around at some of the familiar objects and materials in your surroundings. These things can be transformed. By combining everyday materials with computing, we can extend and reimagine their expressive and functional ...
    • Exploring the promise and peril of emotion AI, designing for emotional meaning-making with data, imagining an affirmative biopolitics with data 

      Howell, Noura (2021-09-23)
      Emotion AI, which predicts psychological characteristics from data, offers potentially transformative benefits for societal well-being, productivity, and security. Drawing on increasingly available biodata-data about ...
    • Finding the Sweet Spot: Working At The Intersection Between Research and Technology Policy 

      Thakur, Dhanaraj (2022-03-17)
      How can we design research that informs technology policy debates? How can research help advance human rights advocacy in those debates? And at the same time how can that research be novel and offer a contribution to the ...
    • Foley Scholars 

      Hong, Matthew K.; Martin, Lara J.; Wall, Emily (2020-01-23)
      Matthew K. Hong: "Personalizing Health Management Through Human-Centered Data Augmentation" During complex chronic treatment, adolescent patients (ages 10-19) must communicate all illness needs to the care team so they can ...
    • Fostering public understanding of AI through education and design 

      Long, Duri (2021-09-09)
      As artificial intelligence is integrated into our schools, homes, and workplaces, it becomes increasingly important to foster public understanding of AI. My research has explored two important facets of this issue—developing ...
    • From Tire Tracks to Subway Maps: How Computing Innovation Fuels US Industries 

      Mynatt, Elizabeth D. (2021-01-21)
      At the close of 2020, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine released the report, Information Technology Innovation: Resurgence, Confluence, and Continuing Impact. As the chair of the report committee, ...
    • The Future is Collectivism: Exploring Technology Co-Design From a Lens of Critical Design 

      Harrington, Christina (2021-03-18)
      The question of who gets to contribute to design futures and technology innovation is an important topic across design and computing fields. This conversation has grave implications for communities that often find themselves ...
    • GVU Center Overview and Funded Research Projects 

      Edwards, Keith; Mynatt, Elizabeth; Trent, Tim; Morshed, Mehrab Bin; Sherman, Jihan; Glass, Lelia; Partridge, Andrew; Swarts, Matthew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2019-08-22)
      In the first GVU Brown Bag Seminar of the academic year, Keith Edwards, GVU Center Director and Professor of Interactive Computing, will kick off our talk series with an overview of the GVU Center detailing its unique ...
    • GVU Center Overview and Funded Research Projects 

      Edwards, Keith (2021-08-26)
      In the first GVU Brown Bag Seminar of the academic year, Keith Edwards, GVU Center Director and Professor of Interactive Computing, will kick off our talk series with an overview of the GVU Center detailing its unique ...
    • GVU/IPaT Research and Engagement Grants 

      Anderson, David; Beteul, Adam; Bosely, Brooke; Glass, Lelia; Levy, Laura M.; Morris, Susana; Mulvanity, Sean; Partridge, Andrew; Riedl, Mark; Sanford, Jon A.; Sullivan, Anne; Swarts, Matthew; Weigel, Emily (2020-03-05)
      The GVU Center and the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT), with additional support from GTRI support two separate types of grant proposals. Research Grants provide seed funding for new research collaborations, and ...
    • How Health Informatics Will Transform Healthcare 

      Braunstein, Mark (2021-09-30)
      Computers have been used in healthcare from their earliest days. Much visionary work was done in the 1950's and 60's but it inevitably failed to achieve acceptance for technical and non-technical reasons we will discuss. ...
    • How Technologies... Are Already Changing Lives 

      Wolfangel, Eva (2020-01-30)
      Science journalist Eva Wolfangel has specialized in investigating the effects of future technologies on society - by accompanying people who already make intensive use of these technologies today. She spent weeks under a ...
    • Human Network Regions as Spatial Units for COVID-19 Policy Implementation 

      Andris, Clio (2021-11-18)
      In the U.S., COVID-19 messaging and policy implementation (i.e. school closures and stay-at-home orders) are largely administered at the state level. This can be problematic, as functional metropolitan areas can straddle ...
    • Human-Centered Explainable AI (XAI): From Algorithms to User Experiences 

      Liao, Q. Vera (2021-11-04)
      Artificial Intelligence technologies are increasingly used to make decisions and perform autonomous tasks in critical domains. The need to understand AI in order to improve, contest, develop appropriate trust and better ...
    • Human-Focused Reinforcement Learning 

      Brunskill, Emma (2020-02-27)
      There is increasing excitement about reinforcement learning--a subarea of machine learning for enabling an agent to learn to make good decisions. Yet numerous questions and challenges remain for reinforcement learning to ...