2019 article

UIBK: User Interactions for Building Knowledge

PROCEEDINGS OF THE 24TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTELLIGENT USER INTERFACES: COMPANION (IUI 2019), pp. 131–132.

By: J. Christensen n, J. Bae*, B. Watson n, K. Talamadupula, J. Spjut* & S. Joines*

author keywords: User Interfaces; Model building; User Experience
TL;DR: The goal of this workshop is to discuss methods and new paradigms for productively interacting with users while collecting knowledge. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: July 20, 2020

This half-day workshop seeks to bring together practitioners and academics interested in the challenges of structuring interactions for subject matter experts (SMEs) who are providing knowledge and/or feedback to an AI system, but are not well-versed in the underlying algorithms. Since the information provided by SMEs directly effects the efficacy of the final system, collecting the correct data is a problem that navigates issues ranging from curating data that may be tainted to structuring data collection tasks in such a way as to mitigate user boredom. The goal of this workshop is to discuss methods and new paradigms for productively interacting with users while collecting knowledge.