AI-HCI: Artificial Intelligence in HCI - Program

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(Last Updated: 30 June, 2022)
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Sunday, 26 June 2022
19:30 - 21:30

S029: Explainable Artificial Intelligence
Chair: Florian Kammüller, United Kingdom

  • Explanation by Automated Reasoning Using the Isabelle Infrastructure Framework
    Florian Kammüller, United Kingdom
  • ExMo: Explainable AI Model using Inverse Frequency Decision Rules
    Pradip Mainali, Ismini Psychoula, United Kingdom; Fabien A. P. Petitcolas, Belgium
  • (De)Coding Social Practice in the Field of XAI: Towards a Co-constructive Framework of Explanations and Understanding Between Lay Users and Algorithmic Systems
    Josefine Finke, Ilona Horwath, Tobias Matzner, Christian Schulz, Germany
  • MoReXAI - A Model to Reason About the eXplanation Design in AI Systems
    Niltemberg De Oliveira Carvalho, Andréia Libório Sampaio, Davi Romero De Vasconcelos, Brazil
  • Explainable AI for Suicide Risk Assessment Using Eye Activities and Head Gestures
    Siyu Liu, Catherine Lu, Sharifa Alghowinem, United States; Lea Gotoh, Japan; Cynthia Breazeal, Hae Won Park, United States
  • Explainable and High-Performance Hate and Offensive Speech Detection
    Marzieh Babaeianjelodar, United States; Gurram Poorna Prudhvi, India; Stephen Lorenz, Keyu Chen, Sumona Mondal, Soumyabrata Dey, Navin Kumar, United States

S030: AI and HCI for Application Domains of Societal Impact
Chair: Cheryl Seals, United States

  • Transformer-based Multilingual G2P Converter for E-Learning System
    Jueting Liu, Chang Ren, Yaoxuan Luan, Sicheng Li, Tianshi Xie, Cheryl Seals, Marisha Speights Atkins, United States
  • A Systematic Review of Artificial Intelligence and Mental Health in the Context of Social Media
    Xing Chen, Yegin Genc, United States
  • A Model of Adaptive Gamification in Collaborative Location-based Collecting Systems
    María Dalponte Ayastuy, Diego Torres, Alejandro Fernandez, Argentina
  • Evaluation of Webcam-based Eye Tracking for a Job Interview Training Platform: Preliminary Results
    Deeksha Adiani, Chang Qu, Timothy Gass, Sneha Gurram, Dylan LeMay, Ankit Bhusal, Medha Sarkar, Nilanjan Sarkar, United States
Monday, 27 June 2022
15:00 - 17:00

S060: AI Applications in HCI - I
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Detecting Depression, Anxiety and Mental Stress in One Sequential Model with Multi-task Learning
    Shen Zhang, Mei Tu, Yueru Yan, Yimeng Zhuang, Likun Ge, Gaoxia Wei, P.R. China
  • Applying Generative Adversarial Networks and Vision Transformers in Speech Emotion Recognition
    Panikos Heracleous, Satoru Fukayama, Jun Ogata, Yasser Mohammad, Japan
  • Skeleton-Based Sign Language Recognition With Graph Convolutional Networks on Small Data
    Yuriya Nakamura, Lei Jing, Japan
  • Research on Generative Design of Car Side Colour Rendering Based on Generative Adversarial Networks
    Yuanwei Ji, Yumiao Chen, P.R. China
17:30 - 19:30

S086: AI-assisted Evaluation of UX Aspects in the Development Process
Chairs: Gustavo Rossi, Julian Grigera, Argentina; Jordán Pascual Espada, Spain

  • Predicting Request Success with Objective Features in German Multimodal Speech Assistants
    Mareike Weber, Mhd Modar Halimeh, Walter Kellermann, Birgit Popp, Germany
  • Benchmarking Neural Networks-Based Approaches for Predicting Visual Perception of User Interfaces
    Maxim Bakaev, Russia; Sebastian Heil, Germany; Leonid Chirkov, Russia; Martin Gaedke, Germany
  • Analysis of the Impact of Applying UX Guidelines to Reduce Noise and Focus Attention
    Jordán Pascual Espada, Lucia Alonso-Virgós, Rubén González Crespo, Spain
  • Framework for User Experience Evaluation in MOOC Platforms
    Ana Poma Gallegos, Germania Rodriguez Morales, Pablo V. Torres-Carrión, Samanta Cueva Carrión, Ecuador

S087: AI Applications in HCI - II
Chair: John Pickering, United Kingdom

  • Attention-Based CNN Capturing EEG Recording’s Average Voltage and Local Change
    Long Yi, Xiaodong Qu, United States
  • Integrating Sensor Fusion with Pose Estimation for Simulating Human Interactions in Virtual Reality
    Pranavi Jalapati, Satya Naraparaju, Powen Yao, Michael Zyda, United States
  • Object Size Prediction from Hand Movement Using a Single RGB Sensor
    Maria Dagioglou, Nikolaos Soulounias, Theodoros Giannakopoulos, Greece
  • Hybrid Convolutional, Recurrent and Attention-based Architectures of Deep Neural Networks for Classification of Human-Computer Interaction by Electroencephalography
    Nikita Gordiienko, Oleksandr Rokovyi, Yuri Gordienko, Sergii Stirenko, Ukraine

S089: AI for Human Cognition, Emotions, and Physiology
Chair(s): To be announced

  • Towards a Dynamic Model for the Prediction of Emotion Intensity from Peripheral Physiological Signals
    Isabel Barradas, Reinhard Tschiesner, Angelika Peer, Italy
  • AI-based emotion recognition to study users’ perception of dark patterns
    Giuliana Vitiello, Simone Avolicino, Marco Romano, Marianna Di Gregorio, Fabio Palomba, Monica Sebillo, Italy
  • A Comparative Study of BERT-based Attention Flows versus Human Attentions on Fill-in-blank Task
    Ming Qian, Ka Wai Lee, United States
  • Time Majority Voting, a PC-based EEG Classifier for Non-expert Users
    Guangyao Dou, Zheng Zhou, Xiaodong Qu, United States
  • Using Machine Learning to Determine Optimal Sleeping Schedules of Individual College Students
    Orlando Yahir Azuara-Hernandez, Zachary Gillette, United States
  • Hierarchical Binary Classifiers for Sleep Stage Classification
    Erebus Oh, Kenneth Barkdoll, United States

S090: Human-AI Collaboration - Ι
Chair: Theodore Jensen, United States

  • AI-based Coaching: Impact of a Chatbot’s Disclosure Behavior on the Working Alliance and Acceptance
    Vanessa Mai, Alexander Bauer, Christian Deggelmann, Caterina Neef, Anja Richert, Germany
  • Intelligent Personal Assistants as a Means of Controlling Smart Home Devices: A Text-mining Analysis
    Nastaran Shishegar, Giorgia Chinazzo, Zeel RajuPrajapati, United States
  • I'm Only Human: The Effects of Trust Dampening by Anthropomorphic Agents
    Theodore Jensen, Mohammad Maifi Hasan Khan, United States
  • The best of both worlds: mixed systems with ML and humans in the loop to combat fake information
    Bianca Ximenes, Geber Ramalho, Brazil
  • Using Cooperative Multi-Agent Systems to Support the Generation of Student Learning Profiles in the Deep Dive Land Bridge System
    Robert Reynolds, Chencheng Zhang, SAEAH SAAD, ASHLEY LEMKE, JOHN OSHEA, CAILEN OSHEA, United States
  • Discover Manaus: The challenges of developing a system with Artificial Intelligence aimed at the end-user, a case study
    Marcos SIlbermann, Sergio Tamayo, Brazil
Tuesday, 28 June 2022
14:30 - 16:30

S143: Artificial and Augmented Intelligence Applications on Language, Text, and Speech Related Tasks
Chair: Ming Qian, United States

  • Misinformation in Machine Translation: Error Categories and Levels of Recognition Difficulty
    Ka Wai Lee, Ming Qian, United States
  • Say It Right: AI Neural Machine Translation Empowers New Speakers To Revitalize Lemko
    Petro Orynycz, United States
  • Extracting and Re-mapping Narrative Text Structure Elements between Languages using Self-supervised and Active Few-shot Learning
    Ming Qian, Eve Zhu, United States
  • Construction of an Instrument for the Quantitative Assessment of Experience in the Use of Conversational Agents
    Andressa Ferreira, Thiago Gama, Francisco Oliveira, Brazil
  • Speech Disorders Classification by CNN in Phonetic E-Learning System
    Jueting Liu, Chang Ren, Yaoxuan Luan, Sicheng Li, Tianshi Xie, Cheryl Seals, Marisha Speights Atkins, United States
  • Transformer-Based Automated Content-Standards Alignment: A Pilot Study
    Ziwei Zhou, Korinn Ostrow, United States
Wednesday, 29 June 2022
12:00 - 14:00

S173: Human-AI Collaboration - ΙΙ
Chair: Pei-Hsuan Hsieh, Taiwan*, China

  • Trafne: A Training Framework for Non-Expert Annotators with Auto Validation and Expert Feedback
    Shugo Miyata, Chia-Ming Chang, Takeo Igarashi, Japan
  • Give Me A Hand: A Scene-Fit Hand Posture Drawing Aid
    Xiaohua Sun, Juexiao Qin, Weijian Xu, Xibing Peng, P.R. China
  • Customizable Text-to-Image Modeling by Contrastive Learning on Adjustable Word-visual Pairs
    Jun-Li Lu, Yoichi Ochiai, Japan
  • Emotional Communication between Chatbots and Users: An Empirical Study on Online Customer Service System
    Qianwen Xu, P.R. China; Jun Yan, Australia; Cong Cao, P.R. China
  • Artificial Intelligence Augmenting Human Teams - A Systematic Literature Review on the Opportunities and Concerns
    Jayden Khakurel, Kirsimarja Blomqvist, Finland
  • How can NoLow Code platforms help end-users develop ML applications - A systematic review
    LuYun Li, Zhanwei Wu, P.R. China
14:30 - 16:30

S200: UX Design and AI Impact
Chair(s): To be announced

  • A Unified Framework to Collect and Document AI-Infused Project Exemplars
    Jennifer Moosbrugger, Germany; Stavroula Ntoa, Greece
  • Exploring the Design Context of AI-Powered Services: A Qualitative Investigation of Designers’ Experiences with Machine Learning
    Emil Bergström, Pontus Wärnestål, Sweden
  • The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Investment Decision Process in Venture Capital Firms
    Sarah Röhm, Markus Bick, Martin Boeckle, Germany
  • Dominant View and Perception of Artificial Intelligence in Developing Economy
    Elefelious Getachew Belay, Italy; Getachew Hailemariam Mengesha, Nuniyat Kifle, Ethiopia
  • Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence: Beyond a two-dimensional framework
    Matthew Pacailler, Sarah Yahoodik, Tetsuya Sato, Jeremiah Ammons, Jeremiah Still, United States
Thursday, 30 June 2022
10:00 - 12:00

S228: UX Design and Evaluation of AI-Enabled Systems
Chair: Pei-Hsuan Hsieh, Taiwan*, China

  • Evaluation on Comfortable Arousal in Autonomous Driving using Physiological Indexes
    Naoki Sakashita, Narumon Jadram, Peeraya Sripian, Tipporn Laohakangvalvit, Midori Sugaya, Japan
  • Design and Implementation of Platform Protocol and Client of Hakka Residential System based on Artificial Intelligence
    Hong Li, Shengqing Huang, P.R. China
  • Design of AI-Enabled Application to Detect Ayurvedic Nutritional Values of Edible Items & Suggest a Diet
    Kousik Dutta, Aditya Rajput, Shreya Srivastava, Annamalai Chidambaram, Anmol Srivastava, India
  • Developing and Testing a New Reinforcement Learning Toolkit with Unreal Engine
    Francesco Sapio, Riccardo Ratini, Italy
  • An AI-based Decision Support System for Quality Control applied to the Use Case Donor Cornea
    Gian-Luca Kiefer, Tarek Safi, Matthias Nadig, Mansi Sharma, Muhammad Moiz Sakha, Alassane Ndiaye, Matthieu Deru, Loay Daas, Katja Schulz, Marvin Schwarz, Berthold Seitz, Jan Alexandersson, Germany
12:30 - 14:30

S256: HCI in Machine Learning Approaches
Chair: Mathew Nicho, United Arab Emirates

  • A New Human Factor Study in Developing Practical Vision-based Applications with the Transformer-based Deep Learning Model
    Thitirat Siriborvornratanakul, Thailand
  • Replacing Human input in Spam Email Detection using Deep Learning
    Mathew Nicho, United Arab Emirates; Farzan Majdani, Christopher McDermott, United Kingdom
  • Scene Change Captioning in Real Scenarios
    Yue Qiu, Kodai Nakashima, Yutaka Satoh, Ryota Suzuki, Kenji Iwata, Hirokatsu Kataoka, Japan
  • ConfLabeling: Assisting Image Labeling with User and System Confidence
    Yi Lu, Chia-Ming Chang, Takeo Igarashi, Japan
Friday, 1 July 2022
14:30 - 16:30

S310: Human-Centered AI
Chair: Helmut Degen, United States

  • How to explain it to energy engineers – a qualitative research about trustworthiness, understandability, and actionability
    Helmut Degen, Christof Budnik, Gregory Conte, Andrew Lintereur, Seth Weber, United States
  • Gamifying the Human-in-the-Loop: Toward Increased Motivation for Training AI in Customer Service
    Christina Wiethof, Tim Roocks, Eva A.C. Bittner, Germany
  • Promoting Human Competences by Appropriate Modes of Interaction for Human-Centered-AI
    Thomas Herrmann, Germany
  • My Tutor is an AI: the Effects of Involvement and Tutor Type on Perceived Quality, Perceived Credibility, and Use Intention
    Mo Chen, Fanjue Liu, Yu-Hao Lee, United States
  • Adoption and Perception of Artificial Intelligence Technologies by Children and Teens in Education
    Erin Li, Sean Li, Xiaojun Yuan, United States
  • Measuring and Predicting Human Trust in Recommendations from an AI Teammate
    Nikolos Gurney, David V. Pynadath, Ning Wang, United States
* Consistent with the 'one-China policy' of the United Nations Organization and the United States (maintaining unofficial relations with Taiwan after 1979).