Yet another congrats to Brandon Dominque who just won a Best Student Paper Award at IEEE SSE 2023 for his paper, "FactSheets for Hardware-Aware AI Models: A Case Study of Analog In Memory Computing AI Models."
I'm pleased to announce that our paper, "AIMEE: An Exploratory Study of How Rules Support AI Developers to Explain and Edit Models" has been accepted to CSCW 2023. This work explores how rules can serve as an abstraction for understanding and modifying AI models.
Congrats to Brandon Dominique whose paper, "FactSheets for Hardware-Aware AI Models: A Case Study of Analog In Memory Computing AI Models" was just accepted to IEEE SSE. This work represents his time as a summer intern at IBM Research.
Our paper, "Rebalancing Worker Initiative and AI Incentive in Future Work: Four Task Dimensions" has been accepted to CHIWORK '23. This paper explores how to re-delegate agency back to business users as their systems become more automated.
Our workshop paper, "Understanding How Task Dimensions Impact Automation Preferences with a Conversational Task Assistant" has been accepted to the AutomationXP '23 Hybrid Workshop' at CHI this year.
Our poster, "Accuracy Is Not All You Need" was accepted at the Workshop on Human-Centered AI Workshop at NeurIPS '22. I'll be attending this virtual workshop on Dec. 9th.
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.
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