Youtube - CS547 - Human-Computer Interaction Seminar Series

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  • Stanford Seminar - Thesis Defense: Designing in-situ Interaction with Ubiquitous Robots55:26

    Stanford Seminar - Thesis Defense: Designing in-situ Interaction with Ubiquitous Robots

    Lawrence Kim Stanford University January 31, 2020 As robots begin to operate in our personal space and collaborate with us, it is important to investigate how to implement seamless integration of rob

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  • Stanford Seminar - Research at the Service of Free Knowledge57:23

    Stanford Seminar - Research at the Service of Free Knowledge

    Leila Zia Wikimedia Foundation January 24, 2020 With roughly 20 billion monthly pageviews, 10 million monthly edits, and almost 50 million articles across 300+ languages, Wikipedia has become a canon

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  • Stanford Seminar - What can HCI learn from Architecture about interaction?1:01:20

    Stanford Seminar - What can HCI learn from Architecture about interaction?

    David Kirsh UC San Diego January 17, 2020 Architects design structures for people to dwell in, to inhabit. They support social as well as physical interaction. HCI, so far, has concentrated on design

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  • Stanford Seminar - Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought57:59

    Stanford Seminar - Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought

    Barbara Tversky Columbia University January 10, 2020 All creatures must move and act in space to survive. Spatial thinking is the foundation of thought, not the entire edifice, but the foundation. Th

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  • Stanford Seminar - Question Makers53:18

    Stanford Seminar - Question Makers

    Scott Klemmer UC San Diego November 15, 2019 When I was a kid, and I came across something unknown, I would ask my parents what it was. Often, one of them would respond, "it's a question maker." It's

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  • Stanford Seminar - Designing a New American Dream: Thoughts on Inclusion, Durability, and Play58:59

    Stanford Seminar - Designing a New American Dream: Thoughts on Inclusion, Durability, and Play

    August de los Reyes Varo November 8, 2019 Inclusive Design is becoming commonplace in 21st century design product design approaches. This talk illustrates how one design experienced a life-changing a

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  • Stanford Seminar - The Stark Future of Trust Online59:16

    Stanford Seminar - The Stark Future of Trust Online

    Mor Naaman Cornell Tech November 1, 2019 Trust is what enables our society to function, from supporting interpersonal transactions to providing the very foundation of our democracy. How trust is esta

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  • Stanford Seminar - Quo Vadis Augmented Reality?58:41

    Stanford Seminar - Quo Vadis Augmented Reality?

    Otmar Hilliges ETH Zürich October 25, 2019 Virtual and Mixed Reality (XR) holds the promise to significantly change the ways we interact with digital information. Despite much progress from both rese

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  • Stanford Seminar - Three Lessons Towards Ethical Tech57:29

    Stanford Seminar - Three Lessons Towards Ethical Tech

    Casey Fiesler University of Colorado October 18, 2019 Hardly a week passes without a new technology ethics scandal-from privacy violations on social media platforms to biased algorithms to controvers

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  • Stanford Seminar - Beyond "Bots and Trolls" - Understanding Disinformation as Collaborative Work45:23

    Stanford Seminar - Beyond "Bots and Trolls" - Understanding Disinformation as Collaborative Work

    Kate Starbird University of Washington October 11, 2019 Strategic information operations (e.g. disinformation, political propaganda, and other forms of online manipulation) are a critical concern for

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  • Stanford Seminar - Participating and Designing around Algorithmic Sociotechnical Systems58:58

    Stanford Seminar - Participating and Designing around Algorithmic Sociotechnical Systems

    Motahhare Eslami Carnegie Mellon University October 4, 2019 Algorithms play a vital role in curating online information in socio-technical systems, however, they are usually housed in black-boxes tha

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  • Stanford Seminar - Designing and deploying social computing systems inside and outside the lab55:01

    Stanford Seminar - Designing and deploying social computing systems inside and outside the lab

    Andres Monroy-Hernandez Snap Research September 27, 2019 Social computing has permeated most aspects of our lives, from work to play. In recent years, however, social platforms have faced challenges

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  • Stanford Seminar - HabitLab: In-the-wild Behavior Change Experiments at Scale47:01

    Stanford Seminar - HabitLab: In-the-wild Behavior Change Experiments at Scale

    Geza Kovacs Stanford University May 31, 2019 Behavior change systems help people manage their time online. However, existing productivity systems have tended to assume a one-size-fits all solution, w

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  • Stanford Seminar - Creating Interfaces with Rich Physical Properties Through Digital Fabricationity51:33

    Stanford Seminar - Creating Interfaces with Rich Physical Properties Through Digital Fabricationity

    Juergen Steimle Saarland University May 24, 2019 Real-world materials present rich properties that are still largely unsupported by computer interfaces. How can we realize interfaces that blend in w

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  • Stanford Seminar - Spatial Reasoning for Human-Robot Interaction43:50

    Stanford Seminar - Spatial Reasoning for Human-Robot Interaction

    Marynel Vázquez Yale University May 17, 2019 Humans have an outstanding ability to reason about space and the spatial behavior of other people. This ability facilitates both implicit and explicit in

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  • Stanford Seminar - A Universal Model for Deconstructing the User Interface54:22

    Stanford Seminar - A Universal Model for Deconstructing the User Interface

    Bob Baxley Baxley Design May 3, 2019 Modern software stands beside cinema as one of the most complex, multi-sensory forms of human communication ever created. Unlike film however, neither consumers,

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  • Stanford Seminar - Inclusive Design, Ethical Tech, and All of Us54:54

    Stanford Seminar - Inclusive Design, Ethical Tech, and All of Us

    Sara Wachter-Boettcher Rare Union April 26, 2019 We all want design to be a force for good—we want to make things welcoming, seamless, and maybe even fun to use. But without a process for ensuring ou

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  • Stanford Seminar - The Role of Technology in Understanding Perspectives on Aging and Health36:39

    Stanford Seminar - The Role of Technology in Understanding Perspectives on Aging and Health

    Amanda Lazar University of Maryland April 19, 2019 As the population ages, research has increasingly focused on conditions associated with growing older, such as cognitive and physical impairment. Te

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  • Stanford Seminar - Designing Culturally-relevant Educational Technology at a Global Scale52:35

    Stanford Seminar - Designing Culturally-relevant Educational Technology at a Global Scale

    Amy Ogan Carnegie Mellon University April 5, 2019 A recent survey by Brookings shows that over 60 million children of primary school age in Africa alone will reach adolescence unable to read, write

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  • Stanford Seminar - The Material of the 21st Century: Moving beyond Moore and Weiser47:14

    Stanford Seminar - The Material of the 21st Century: Moving beyond Moore and Weiser

    Gregory Abowd Georgia Tech March 8, 2019 30 years after Weiser's inspirational words on ubiquitous computing, I revisit one of the premises of that work. I propose a new era of self-sustainable com

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