all users have high visual acuity, amazing motor dexterity, and superb cognitive ability and attention
Just had a chat with ELIZA (1964) at the Computer Games Museum. Asked about AI sentience. Best answer yet:
‘Why are you interested in whether or not I am sentient?’
in the HCII at CMU, we have traditionally thought of HCI as having three pillars … Design, Technnical/CS, and Behavioral Sciences … that doesn't mean other domains or areas aren't relevant, only that it's hard to be a good HCI researchers without depth in one ore more of these and familiarity with all of them… discuss?
I'm speaking at NAACL next week in a workshop on HCI + NLP … I'm still writing my talk, but it'll mix an argument about what HCI methods can bring to technical work, and include a bunch of examples from my group's work on dialog systems https://sites.google.com/view/hciandnlp/program
after having been accidentally shadow banned for a year, redditor discovers he had been actively posting to no one all that time… https://www.bbc.com/news/blogs-trending-47888242
I'm working on this blog post about the knowledge management problem we're trying to solve at my startup. Would love some feedback from hci.social before I publish this on Monday.
For context, I'm hoping it might attract interest/discussion among the productivity blogger community.
Also, I totally made up the three patterns here, but they feel right. If you know of any research I can point to, that would be a huge help.
hey everyone, i feel like a mastadon traitor, but we're having a pretty fun discussion about how and when crowd workers are human subjects over on musk.com:
non-tech social question -- I am constantly finding little poop bags on my property … on trash day, they are very often in my empty trash cans (often in my recycling bins). often, they appear by my trees. I used to think people just hated me in particular, but it seems like this is common.
I don't get it. someone has picked up their own dog's poop, but can't carry it somewhere appropriate to get rid of it? maybe it's harder to hide not picking it up, than it is to throw it down later?
Today at Apple’s WWDC, we announced Swift Charts, a new framework for making delightful, informative, and accessible charts on all Apple platforms. https://developer.apple.com/documentation/Charts
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