This work presents a systematic review of recent efforts (since 2010) aimed at automatic analysis of nonverbal cues displayed in face-to-face co-located human-human social interactions. The main reason for focusing on nonverbal cues is that these are the physical, machine … Continued
On February 2nd, Soheil Human (from the Vienna University of Economics and Business) and Ryan Watkins (the HTC Lab) will lead a symposium on Needs-aware Artificial Intelligence — AI that ‘serves [human] needs’. Learn more about the symposium and how … Continued
Farhana (HTC PhD student) was recently interviewed for The Weekly Regression podcast. Great listen!
Congratulations to Jas. She will be presenting “Improving Recruitment and Retention of Undergraduates into STEM Teaching” at the ISTE Live conference this coming June! Click here to learn more about the conference.
Congratulations to Farhana (HTC PhD student) on an excellent paper and presentation at this year’s AAAI Fall Symposium. Here is a link to her paper on arXiv: https://arxiv.org/abs/2010.08140 And here is the video:
Larry Medsker and Farhana Faruqe from the HTC lab recently published an article on AI Bias, Ethics, and Policy in ACM’s AI Matters. Click to access AIMatters-6-1-04-Medsker.pdf
Farhana Faruqe and Dr. Larry Medsker of the HTC Lab are publishing a series of blogs on AI Bias and Fairness for AAAI. Here is a link to the first of their contributions… way to go! https://sigai.acm.org/aimatters/blog/2020/02/28/bias-and-fairness/
During the Fall semester 2019, I volunteered with the GW Innovation Center to help build a literature database that can be used for grant writing, program planning, marketing, and publications. In a future post, I’ll break down the process and … Continued
As the semester wraps up, the work with GWIC throughout the semester is coming to a close. Quantifying past data with GWIC was a project that took time going through old reports from the past year, digging through Google Drives … Continued
After we finalized our method of data capture for future events, it was time to look at quantifying events from the previous year. GWIC kicked off its formal events and coursework in 2018. From that year, they created an annual … Continued