AI-HCI: Artificial Intelligence in HCI - Program

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(Last Updated: 28 July, 2023)
Sunday, 23 July 2023
08:00 - 10:00

S013: Improving Sports Technology with AI
Chair: Pei-Hsuan Hsieh, Taiwan

  • A Drone-mounted Depth Camera-based Motion Capture System for Sports Performance Analysis
    Martin Jacobsson, Jonas Willen, Mikael Swaren, Sweden
  • Detecting Scoreboard Updates to Increase the Accuracy of ML Automatic Extraction of Highlights in Badminton Games
    Pei-Hsuan Hsieh, Hong Yi Chuah, Qi-Xian Huang, Taiwan
  • A weightlifting snatch fatigue evaluation model based on skeleton and barbell trajectory by considering recurrent neural network
    Jen-Shi Chen, Yen-Chuan Kao, Ching-Ting Hsu, Wei-Hua Ho, Pao-Hung Chung, Taiwan
  • A Weightlifting Clean and Jerk Team Formation Model by Considering Barbell Trajectory and LSTM Neural Network
    Jin-Yi Lin, Yan-Ren Ban, Ching-Ting Hsu, Wei-Hua Ho, Pao-Hung Chung, Taiwan
  • A Dynamic Fitness Game Content Generation System Based on Machine Learning
    Tz-Heng Fu, Ko-Chiu Wu, Taiwan
16:00 - 18:00

S054: Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Applications on Language, Text, and Speech Related Tasks
Chair: Ming Qian, United States

  • Translators as Information Seekers: Strategies and Novel Techniques
    Ming Qian, United States; Huaqing Wu, P.R. China
  • Human Decision-Making and Machine Assistance in Subtitle Translation Through the Lens of Viewer Experience
    Sijin Xian, United States
  • CADNCI—Connected-Audio Digital Note-Taking for Consecutive Interpretation: Optimal Setup for Practice and Assessment
    Eric K. Liao, United States
  • How Can Natural Language Processing and Generative AI Address Grand Challenges of Quantitative User Personas?
    Joni Salminen, Finland; Soon-gyo Jung, Hind Almerekhi, Qatar; Erik Cambria, Singapore; Bernard Jansen, Qatar
  • From Spoken Words to Prompt Triggers: Technical Iterations of a Semi-intelligent Conversational Agent to Promote Early Literacy
    Brandon Hanks, Grace Lin, Ilana Schoenfeld, Vishesh Kumar, United States

S055: Insights from Human-Centered Design of AI Agents
Chair: Sami Abuhaimed, United States

  • Tell me, what are you most afraid of? Exploring the Effects of Agent Representation on Information Disclosure in Human-Chatbot Interaction
    Anna Stock, Stephan Schlögl, Aleksander Groth, Austria
  • CAPTAIN: An AI-based Chatbot for Cyberbullying Prevention and Intervention
    Andrew T. Lian, Alfredo Costilla Reyes, Xia Hu, United States
  • Towards Human-Centered Design of AI Service Chatbots: Defining the Building Blocks
    Maria Hartikainen, Kaisa Väänänen, Finland
  • My Actions Speak Louder Than Your Words: When User Behavior Predicts Their Beliefs about Agents' Attributes
    Nikolos Gurney, David V. Pynadath, Ning Wang, United States
  • Human Satisfaction in Ad Hoc Human-Agent Teams
    Sami Abuhaimed, Sandip Sen, United States
Monday, 24 July 2023
08:00 - 10:00

S068: Innovations in Applications of AI in HCI - I
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Development of a Domain Specific Sentiment Lexicon (DSSL) for Evaluating the Quality of Experience (QoE) of Cloud Gaming
    Tao Wen, Siqi Li, Hongyan Yan, Xiangang Qin, P.R. China
  • TextureAda : Deep 3D Texture Transfer for Ideation in Product Design Conceptualization
    Rgee Wharlo Gallega, Arnulfo Azcarraga, Philippines; Yasuyuki Sumi, Japan
  • Application Potential of Stable Diffusion in Different Stages of Industrial Design
    Miao Liu, Yifei Hu, P.R. China
  • We Want AI to Help Us An Explorative Study Regarding how AI Could Assist Operators in the Main Control Room of Nuclear Power Plants
    Ruochen Wang, Fei Song, Jun Ma, Shuhui Zhang, P.R. China
  • Measuring Human Perception and Negative Elements of Public Space Quality Using Deep Learning: A Case Study of Area within the Inner Road of Tianjin City
    Jiaxin Shi, Kaifeng Hao, P.R. China
  • The Relevance of Emotional AI-Generated Painting to the Painting Subject and Main Colors
    Yan Wang, Yifan Sun, P.R. China
10:30 - 12:30

S080: Graphical user interfaces and artificial intelligence
Chair: Rafal Michalski, Poland

  • Scatter Plots based on Fuzzy Logic in Supporting the Design of Graphical Interfaces
    Jerzy Grobelny, Rafal Michalski, Poland
  • Perception of the Fuzzy Number Indeterminacy Change in Vector and Triangle Representations – Implications for Graphical User Interface Design
    Dorota Kuchta, Jerzy Grobelny, Rafal Michalski, Jan Schneider, Poland
  • Fuzzy Vector Representation of Project Metrics' Target and Actual Values and its Application to Project Management
    Dorota Kuchta, Oksana Yakivets, Poland
  • The Impact of Generative Artificial Intelligence on Design Concept Ideation: Case Study on Lightweight Two-Wheeled Vehicles
    Shih-Hung Cheng, Taiwan
  • How Can Artificial Intelligence Transform the Future Design Paradigm and Its Innovative Competency Requisition: Opportunities and Challenges
    Yuqi Liu, Zhiyong Fu, Tiantian Li, P.R. China
13:30 - 15:30

S094: AI for Emotion Analysis, Persuasion, and Decision-Making
Chair: Klaus Weber, Germany

  • Integrated Solution for Evaluating Emotional Expressions in Learning Management Systems
    Andre Luiz Favareto, Luiz A. L. Teixeira Jr, Ferrucio De Franco Rosa, Rodrigo Bonacin, Brazil
  • Exploring the Effect of Visual-Based Subliminal Persuasion in Public Speeches using Explainable AI Techniques
    Klaus Weber, Lukas Tinnes, Tobias Huber, Elisabeth Andre, Germany
  • Is Turn-Shift Distinguishable With Synchrony?
    Jieyeon Woo, Liu Yang, Catherine Pelachaud, Catherine Achard, France
  • “Do we like this, or do we like like this?” : Reflections on a Human-Centered Machine Learning Approach to Sentiment Analysis
    Sourojit Ghosh, Murtaza Ali, Anna Batra, Cheng Guo, Mohit Jain, Joseph Kang, Julia Kharchenko, Varun Suravajhela, Vincent Zhou, Cecilia Aragon, United States
  • Experimental Validation of a Multi-objective Planning Decision Support System for Ship Routing under Time Stress
    Matthew Macesker, Krishna R. Pattipati, David Sidoti, Adam Bienkowski, Lingyi Zhang, David L. Kleinman, Mollie McGuire, Steven Uziel, Senjuti Basu Roy, Francesco Primerano, United States
16:00 - 18:00

S106: Artificial Reasoning
Chair: Adrienne Raglin, United States

  • AI Enabled Decision Support Framework
    Adrienne Raglin, Somiya Metu, United States
  • Redundancy in Multi-Source Information and its Impact on Uncertainty
    Thom Hawkins, Justine Rawal, Adrienne Raglin, United States
  • General Agent Theory of Mind: Preliminary Investigations and Vision
    Prabhat Kumar, Adrienne Raglin, John Richardson, United States
  • A Quantitative Comparison of Causality and Feature Relevance via Explainable AI (XAI) for Robust, and Trustworthy Artificial Reasoning Systems
    Atul Rawal, James McCoy, Adrienne Raglin, Danda B. Rawat, United States
  • What Color is Your Swan? Uncertainty of Information Across Data
    Adrienne Raglin, Allison Newcomb, Lisa Scott, United States
Tuesday, 25 July 2023
08:00 - 10:00

S118: Exploring Ethical and Technical Challenges in AI systems
Chair: Xiangyu Ge, P.R. China

  • Trust Crisis or Algorithm Boost?An Investigation of Artificial Intelligence Divination Applications in China
    Ying Lai, Xing Zhou, P.R. China
  • INFEATURE: An Interactive Feature-based-explanation Framework for Non-technical Users
    Yulu Pi, United Kingdom
  • Misrecognized Utterance Identification in Support Systems for Daily Human-to-Human Conversations
    Hikaru Nishida, Youtaro Iida, Yumi Wakita, Yoshihisa Nakatoh, Japan
  • Unvoiced Vowel Recognition using Active Bio-Acoustic Sensing for Silent Speech Interaction
    Kousei Nagayama, Ryosuke Takada, Japan
  • YOLO NFPEM: A More Accurate Iris Detector
    Xiangyu Ge, Chao Yin, Qianxiang Zhou, Tianqing Zhou, Fang Zhang, Zongrui Yang, Bingyuan Fan, P.R. China
13:30 - 15:30

S145: Advancements in Machine Learning and Human-Computer Interaction
Chair: Robert Jungnickel, Germany

  • Human-Machine Learning Approach for Ejection System Design in Injection Molds
    Johanna Lauwigi, Robert Jungnickel, Daniel Luetticke, Germany
  • I-Brow: Hierarchical and Multimodal Transformer Model for Eyebrows Animation Synthesis
    Mireille Fares, Catherine Pelachaud, Nicolas Obin, France
  • A Framework for Contextual Recommendations Using Instance Segmentation
    Dimitris Tsiktsiris, Nikolaos Dimitriou, Zisis Kolias, Stavri Skourti, Paul Girssas, Antonios Lalas, Konstantinos Votis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Greece
  • Therapist Perceptions of Automated Deception Detection in Mental Health Applications
    Sayde L. King, Najare Johnson, Kristin Kosyluk, Tempestt Neal, United States
  • Modeling Users' Localized Preferences for More Effective News Recommendation
    Payam Pourashraf, Bamshad Mobasher, United States
  • User perception and evaluation of a deep learning framework application for audience engagement analysis in mass events
    Alexandros Vrochidis, Christina Tsita, Nikolaos Dimitriou, Stelios Krinidis, Savvas Panagiotidis, Stathis Parcharidis, Dimitrios Tzovaras, Vassilios Chatzis, Greece
16:00 - 18:00

S159: Leveraging AI for HCI: Guidelines and Best Practices
Chair: Maria Karam, Canada

  • Approaching AI: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Using AI for HCI
    Maria Karam, Canada; Michael Luck, United Kingdom
  • Assessing the Impact of Cognitive Biases in AI Project Development
    Chloe Bernault, Sara Juan, Alexandra Delmas, Jean-Marc Andre, Marc Rodier, Ikram Chraibi Kaadoud, France
  • Through a Fair Looking-glass: Mitigating Bias in Image Datasets
    Amirarsalan Rajabi, Mehdi Yazdani-Jahromi, Ozlem Ozmen Garibay, Gita Sukthankar, United States
  • Improving Fairness via Deep Ensemble Framework Using Preprocessing Interventions
    Aida Tayebi, Ozlem Ozmen Garibay, United States
  • How do AI Explanations Affect Human-AI Trust?
    Lam Bui, Marco Pezzolla, Danushka Bandara, United States
  • Design Thinking for Artificial Intelligence: How Design Thinking can help organizations to address common AI project challenges.
    Laura Staub, Germany; Benjamin Van Giffen, Jennifer Hehn, Simon Sturm, Switzerland
Wednesday, 26 July 2023
10:30 - 12:30

S191: AI for industrial use cases
Room 180
Chair: Helmut Degen, United States

  • How to Explain it to a Model Manager? A Qualitative User Study about Understandability, Trustworthiness, Actionability, and Action Efficacy
    Helmut Degen, United States; Christof Budnik, Ralf Gross, Marcel Rothering, Germany
  • The Thousand Faces of Explainable AI Along the Machine Learning Life Cycle: Industrial Reality and Current State of Research
    Thomas Decker, Ralf Gross, Alexander Koebler, Michael Lebacher, Ronald Schnitzer, Stefan Hagen Weber, Germany
  • Design Intelligence: AI and Design Process Modules to Foster Collaboration Between Design, Data (Science) and Business Experts
    Jennifer Moosbrugger, Germany
  • Illustration of the Usable AI Paradigm in Production-Engineering Implementation Settings
    Hajo Wiemer, Felix Conrad, Valentin Lang, Eugen Boos, Mauritz Mälzer, Kim Feldhoff, Lucas Drowatzky, Dorothea Schneider, Steffen Ihlenfeldt, Germany
  • Human-Centered AI for Manufacturing –Design Principles for Industrial AI-based Services
    Janika Kutz, Jens Neuhüttler, Bernd Bienzeisler, Jan Spilski, Thomas Lachmann, Germany
  • Composite Emotion Recognition and Feedback of Social Assistive Robot for Elderly People
    Yegang Du, Kaiyuan Zhang, Gabriele Trovato, Japan
13:30 - 15:30

S207: AI for Digital and Robotic Companions (DaRC)
Room 180
Chairs: Giuliana Vitiello, Marco Romano, Italy

  • A Methodology for Personalized Dialogues Between Social Robots and Users Based on Social Media
    Teresa Onorati, Alvaro Castro-Gonzalez, Paloma Diaz, Enrique Fernandez-Rodicio, Spain
  • EEG-Based Machine Learning Models for Emotion Recognition in HRI
    Mariacarla Staffa, Lorenzo D'Errico, Italy
  • Using artificial intelligence and companion robots to improve home healthcare for the elderly.
    Pietro Battistoni, Andrea Cantone, MARIAROSARIA ESPOSITO, Rita Francese, Francesca Perillo, Marco Romano, Monica Sebillo, Giuliana Vitiello, Italy
  • Multi-monitor System for Adaptive Image Saliency Detection Based on Attentive Mechanisms
    Mariacarla Staffa, Paola Barra, Italy
  • AI Unreliable Answers: A Case Study on ChatGPT
    Ilaria Amaro, Attilio Della Greca, Rita Francese, Genoveffa Tortora, Cesare Tucci, Italy
  • Supporting schizophrenia PatiEnts’ Care with Robotics and Artificial Intelligence.
    Ilaria Amaro, Rita Francese, Genoveffa Tortora, Cesare Tucci, Lorenzo D Errico, Mariacarla Staffa, Italy
Thursday, 27 July 2023
10:30 - 12:30

S255: Human-Centered Design of Conversational Artificial Intelligence
Room 180
Chair: Carsten Lanquillon, Germany

  • Conversation-Driven Refinement of Knowledge Graphs: True Active Learning with Humans in the Chatbot Application Loop
    Dominik Buhl, Daniel Szafarski, Laslo Welz, Carsten Lanquillon, Germany
  • The Relevance of Perceived Interactivity for Disclosure Towards Conversational Artificial Intelligence
    Miriam Gieselmann, Kai Sassenberg, Germany
  • Towards Modelling Elaborateness in Argumentative Dialogue Systems
    Annalena Aicher, Marc Fuchs, Wolfgang Minker, Stefan Ultes, Germany
  • Emotional Internet of Behaviors: A QoE-QoS Adjustment Mechanism
    Mina Alipour, Mahyar T. Moghaddam, Denmark; Karthik Vaidhyanathan, India; Tobias Kristensen, Nicolai Krogager Asmussen, Denmark
  • “Good” and “bad” machine agency in the context of human-AI communication: The case of ChatGPT
    Petter Brandtzaeg, Yukun You, Xi Wang, Norway; Yucong Lao, Finland
  • Applications of Large Language Models (LLMs) in Business Analytics - Exemplary Use Cases in Data Preparation Tasks
    Mehran Nasseri, Patrick Brandtner, Robert Zimmermann, Taha Falatouri, Farzaneh Darbanian, Tobechi Obinwanne, Austria
13:30 - 15:30

S271: Innovations in Applications of AI in HCI - II
Room 180
Chair: Robert G. Reynolds, United States

  • Incorporating the Dynamics of Climate Change into the Deep Dive Virtual Reality Underwater Site Prediction System
    Sarah Saad, Thomas Palazzolo, Chencheng Zhang, Robert G. Reynolds, Ashley Lemke, John O'Shea, Cailen O'Shea, United States
  • Interaction Design for Hybrid Intelligence: The Case of Work Place Risk Assessment
    Martin Westhoven, Thomas Herrmann, Germany
  • Aggregating Human Domain Knowledge for Feature Ranking
    Jaroslaw Kornowicz, Kirsten Thommes, Germany
  • The Feasibility Study of AI Image Generator as Shape Convergent Thinking Tool
    Yu-Hsu Lee, Tzu-Hsun Lin, Taiwan
  • Using Machine Learning to Model Potential Users with Health Risk Concerns Regarding Microchip Implants
    Shekufeh Shafeie, Mona Mohamed, Tahir Bachar Issa, Beenish Moalla Chaudhry, United States
  • Volition Learning: What Would You Prefer to Prefer?
    Mohamed Lechiakh, Alexandre Maurer, Morocco
16:00 - 18:00

S286: AI and UX design/evaluation
Room 179
Chair: Hyun K. Kim, Korea

  • Examining Simulated Agricultural Tasks Using an Arm-Support Exoskeleton
    Byungkyu Choi, Jaehyun Park, Korea
  • Experiencing Ethics and Values in the Design Process of AI-enabled Medical Devices and Software
    Benjamin Schwarz, Tim Schrills, Thomas Franke, Germany
  • Understanding User Experience with AI-Assisted Writing Service
    Gayoung Kim, Jiyeon Kim, Hyun K. Kim, Korea
  • Collaborative Appropriation of AI in the Context of Interacting with AI
    Thomas Herrmann, Germany
  • User Experience for Artificial Intelligence Assistant: Focusing on Negative Side Effects
    Danbi Lee, Gayoung Kim, Hyun K. Kim, Korea
  • Is it Possible to Measure real-Time VR Motion Sickness with EDA Wavelet Features?
    Sujin Seong, Jaehyun Park, Korea

S287: PANEL: Is life going to change with ChatGPT? Opportunities and challenges of Large Language Models
Room 180
Chairs: Helmut Degen, Abbas Moallem, United States; Stavroula Ntoa, Greece

  • Cybersecurity, Privacy, and Trust in Large Language Models (LLMs) and Artificial Intelligence Chatbots
    Abbas Moallem, United States
  • Agents-Programmers Collaboration: Opportunities and Challenges
    Sandeep Kaur Kuttal, United States
  • Chain of License – Legal Considerations in the Creation and Use of LLMs
    Mark Kesslen, Bryan Sterba, United States
  • ChatGPT and Learning Design?
    Mahnaz Moallem, United States
  • GPT in the Enterprise
    Ioannis Petrakis, Germany
Friday, 28 July 2023
10:30 - 12:30

S320: Designing Explainable and Fair Artificial Intelligence
Room 180
Chair: Helen Sheridan, Ireland

  • Exploring Mental Models for Explainable Artificial Intelligence: Engaging Cross-Disciplinary Teams using a Design Thinking Approach
    Helen Sheridan, Emma Murphy, Dympna O'Sullivan, Ireland
  • Requirements for Explainability and Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence in Collaborative Work
    Sabine Theis, Sophie Jentzsch, Fotini Deligiannaki, Charles Berro, Arne Peter Raulf, Carmen Bruder, Germany
  • Evaluating Explainable AI (XAI) In Terms of User Gender and Educational Background
    Samuel Reeder, Joshua Jensen, Robert Ball, United States
  • How is the AI Perceived When it Behaves (Un)Fairly?
    Yang Chu, Jiahao Li, Jie Xu, P.R. China
  • Shedding Light on the Black Box: Explainable AI for Predicting Household Appliance Failures
    Taha Falatouri, Mehran Nasseri, Patrick Brandtner, Farzaneh Darbanian, Austria
13:30 - 15:30

S334: Emerging Trends in AI Fairness and Ethics
Room B3 M5
Chair: Aimee Kendall Roundtree, United States

  • AI Explainability, Interpretability, Fairness, and Privacy: An Integrative Review of Reviews
    Aimee Kendall Roundtree, United States
  • Emotional Debiasing Explanations for Decisions in HCI
    Christian Schütze, Olesja Lammert, Birte Richter, Kirsten Thommes, Britta Wrede, Germany
  • The Role of Response Time for Algorithm Aversion in Fast & Slow Thinking Tasks
    Anastasia Lebedeva, Jaroslaw Kornowicz, Olesja Lammert, Jörg Papenkordt, Germany
  • Ethical AI based Decision Making to Reduce Tax related Debts for Governments
    Savithaa Rajendran, Aparna Kongot, India; Kratika Varma, Netherlands
  • Distance Correlation GAN: Fair Tabular Data Generation with Generative Adversarial Networks
    Amirarsalan Rajabi, Ozlem Ozmen Garibay, United States

S335: AI for Social Benefit: Values, Ethics, and Transparency
Room B3 M3
Chair: Carsten Wittenberg, Germany

  • User Transparency of Artificial Intelligence and Digital Twins in Production – Research on Lead Applications and the Transfer to Industry
    Carsten Wittenberg, Sabine Boos, Felix Harst, Carsten Lanquillon, Morris Ohrnberger, Nicholas Schloer, Fabian Schoch, Nicolaj C. Stache, Germany
  • The Design of Transparency Communication for Human-Multirobot Teams
    Ning Wang, David V. Pynadath, Nikolos Gurney, United States
  • BLEU Skies for Endangered Language Revitalization: Lemko Rusyn and Ukrainian Neural AI Translation Accuracy Soars
    Petro Orynycz, United States
  • Explainable AI-Based Interface System for Weather Forecasting Model
    Soyeon Kim, Junho Choi, Yeji Choi, Subeen Lee, Artyom Stitsyuk, Minkyoung Park, Seongyeop Jeong, Youhyun Baek, Jaesik Choi, Korea

S336: AI in HCI: Unveiling Cutting-Edge Applications
Room B3 M4
Chair: Benedict Hartmann, Germany

  • Supporting Deep Learning-based Named Entity Recognition using Cloud Resource Management
    Benedict Hartmann, Philippe Tamla, Matthias Hemmje, Germany
  • Application of Reinforcement Learning for Intelligent Support Decision System: a Paradigm towards Safety and Explainability
    Calogero Maiuri, Milad Karimshoushtari, Fabio Tango, Carlo Novara, Italy
  • Comparing Sentiment Analysis and Emotion Analysis of Algorithms vs People
    Samuel Romine, Joshua Jensen, Robert Ball, United States
  • If You Can’t Beat Them, Join Them: How Text-to-Image Tools Can Be Leveraged in the 3D Modelling Process
    Samuel Mathiesen, Alessandro Canossa, Denmark

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