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GVU Research Showcase - Spring 2021

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We are living in a multitasking society. We are experiencing an unprecedented level of sensory and cognitive overload, in which we have too many things going on at once, making us more likely to be absentminded. How to involve technology in promoting mindfulness and making it part of the process of achieving it is the question we need to answer in this project.
How can social computing technologies effectively support the value of inclusivity in grassroots organizing?
End-user interaction with machine learning based systems will result in new usability challenges for the fields of human computer interaction and machine learning. With machine learning systems becoming more and more prevalent, it is important that systems are properly designed in a user-centered manner. In order to address these challenges, the most relied upon usability inspection method-the heuristic evaluation-must be adapted for the unique end-user experiences that interactive machine learning presents. This project introduces ten heuristics for interactive machine learning.

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