Our paper "Modeling Programmer Navigation: A Head-to-Head Empirical Evaluation of Predictive Models" has won the Most Influential Paper Award for research over the last 10 years at VL/HCC. This paper evaluated different factors that could be used to predict programmer navigation during debugging tasks. Congratulations and thank you to all who contributed towards the paper. It was my first first-author paper and I certainly wouldn't have gotten this award without all your help and support.
The "Iterative Design of Gestures During Elicitation: Understanding the Role of Increased Production," CHI '22 paper has been awarded an Honorable Mention !
Our workshop paper, "Behavioral Measures of Trust in Human-autonomy Teams," has been accepted to the CHI 2022 TRAIT workshop. This is the work of our AI Horizons scholar, Daniel González who has been working at the intersection of trust and improvisation of human-AI teams.
Our paper, "Iterative Design of Gestures During Elicitation: Understanding the Role of Increased Production," has been accepted to CHI 2022. This paper is built from Andreea's dissertation and argues for including retrospective feedback when running gesture elicitation studies. She will be presenting this paper later this year at CHI.
I'll be attending CSCW this year and I hope to see you (virtually) there. I'll be presenting our paper "How AI Developers Overcome Communication Challenges in a Multidisciplinary Team: A Case Study" on Tuesday, Oct. 26th in the Expert Work session.
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