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April Yi Wang, Anant Mittal, Christopher Brooks, Steve Oney
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, no. CSCW (2019): 39-30
Effective collaboration in data science can leverage domain expertise from each team member and thus improve the quality and efficiency of the work. Computational notebooks give data scientists a convenient interactive solution for sharing and keeping track of the data exploratio...
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Ben Green,Yiling Chen
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, no. CSCW (2019): 50
The rise of machine learning has fundamentally altered decision making: rather than being made solely by people, many important decisions are now made through an "algorithm-in-the-loop'' process where machine learning models inform people. Yet insufficient research has considered...
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Christina Harrington, Sheena Erete,Anne Marie Piper
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, no. CSCW (2019): 216-25
Participatory Design (PD) is envisioned as an approach to democratizing innovation in the design process by shifting the power dynamics between researcher and participant. Recent scholarship in HCI and design has analyzed the ways collaborative design engagements, such as PD situ...
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Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, no. CSCW (2019): 150-27
When posts are removed on a social media platform, users may or may not receive an explanation. What kinds of explanations are provided? Do those explanations matter? Using a sample of 32 million Reddit posts, we characterize the removal explanations that are provided to Redditor...
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Amy Cheatle, Hannah Pelikan, Malte Jung,Steven Jackson
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, no. CSCW (2019): 225-26
Drawing on ethnographic fieldwork in two different teaching hospitals that deployed the da Vinci surgical robot, this paper traces how the introduction of robotics reconfigures the sensory environment of surgery and how surgeons and their teams recalibrate their work in response....
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Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, Jacob M. Paul,Jed R. Brubaker
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, no. CSCW (2019): 144-33
Investigations of facial analysis (FA) technologies-such as facial detection and facial recognition-have been central to discussions about Artificial Intelligence's (AI) impact on human beings. Research on automatic gender recognition, the classification of gender by FA technolog...
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Keywords
Behavioral ExperimentClassificationCollaborationCollaborative SystemsCommunity-based Participatory DesignComputational NotebooksComputer VisionContent ModerationContent RegulationData Science
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Steven J. Jackson
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Anne Marie Piper
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Jed R. Brubaker
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Yiling Chen
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Amy Bruckman
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Eric Gilbert
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