Human-Technology Collaboration Research Lab

@ George Washington University

An interdisciplinary research lab that explores how we create, train, interact with, and collaborate with
increasing intelligent technologies in both the classroom and workplace.  We are fond of saying that our lab is the
peanut butter between the STEM and non-STEM research in this topic (or sandwich).

Latest News from the Lab

Confronting Tools of the Oppressor

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Confronting Tools of the Oppressor: Framing Just Technology Integration in Educational Technology and Teacher Education New article by Natalie and Jessa is available here: https://citejournal.org/volume-22/issue-4-22/current-practice/confronting-tools-of-the-oppressor-framing-just-technology-integration-in-educational-technology-and-teacher-education/ Abstract Power, privilege, and prejudice are embedded within... READ MORE

Needs and artifcial intelligence

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Ryan Watkins and Soheil Human just published their open access article “Needs and Artificial Intelligence” in the AI and Ethics Journal. Abstract Throughout our history, we, Homo sapiens, have used technologies to better... READ MORE

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