Virtual Talks from CHI 2020
The 2020 international ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) was scheduled to take place this week (April 25 to 30, 2020) in Honolulu, Hawaii, but was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Although there is no in-person event or official virtual CHI conference, individual groups were permitted to self-organize virtual events.
On behalf of our authors, the HCII is sharing blog posts and prerecorded versions of our researchers' CHI 2020 presentations below.
Watch the recordings on the CMU HCII Virtually Presents CHI 2020 Talks YouTube Playlist embedded below. Or, to select a specific video from the playlist, click the menu button in the top right corner of the video pane to view the list.
- A Case for Humans-in-the-Loop: Decisions in the Presence of Erroneous Algorithmic Scores (Medium)
- Beyond the Prototype: Understanding the Challenge of Scaling Hardware Device Production (Microsoft Research Blog)
- Conversational Agency in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Medium)
- Enhancing Mobile Voice Assistants with WorldGaze (Medium)
- Late-Breaking Work highlights CMU researchers’ playful approach to a human understanding of AI (Medium)
- Late-Breaking Work -- Stamper: An Artboard-Oriented Creative Coding Environment