Nikola Banovic receives NSF CAREER Award to advance explainable AIProf. Banovic aims to use human-AI interaction to explain and justify AI decisions to end users.
7th Summer School on Computational Interaction brings together human-computer interaction scholars from around the worldThe University of Michigan hosted the seventh annual installment of the summer school, supporting the next generation of HCI researchers through applied skills training and lectures from thought leaders.
Seven papers by CSE researchers presented at CHI 202330 University of Michigan researchers authored and co-authored papers spanning surveillance, virtual reality, algorithmic stigma, assistive technology, and sensing systems.
Explore CS Research year-long effort concludes with poster sessionDesigned to engage students in research, this year’s program has included workshops, panel sessions, and – of course – research!
Jane Im earns 2023 Meta Research PhD FellowshipPhD candidate Jane Im hopes to use the fellowship to advance research into how social media companies can better implement usable privacy controls.
Divya Ramesh chosen for Quad Fellowship in interdisciplinary studies in STEMRamesh is one of three students from U-M in the inaugural cohort of fellows from the United States, Japan, India, and Australia.
Jane Im awarded Rackham Barbour ScholarshipThe scholarship will support her work on creating safer social computing systems grounded in users’ consent.
New computational framework to understand aggressive cancer cell behaviorCancer cell biologists have teamed up with computational scientists and experts in artificial intelligence to focus the power of these fields on understanding and overcoming heterogeneity in cancer.
How predictive modeling could help us reopen more safely
Graphical online simulation could spur more targeted COVID-19 protection measures.
Computer scientists employ AI to help address COVID-19 challenges
Five multidisciplinary research teams are working on projects to assist with the coronavirus outbreak and to help find solutions to pressing problems.
Michigan team competes in Amazon challenge to make AI more engaging
The team of twelve students is one of ten worldwide working to give Amazon’s Alexa more human-like conversational skills.