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UCLIC Research Seminar 1st March: David Coyle, University College Dublin – Measuring Personal Agency in Human Computer Interactions

In cognitive neuroscience literature the sense of agency is defined as the experience of controlling one's own actions and, through this control, affecting the external world. Personal agency is a surprisingly malleable experience that links to concepts such as ownership, responsibility and…

MSc Human-Computer Interaction Open Evening 2017

Join UCLIC staff, students and alumni to find out more about our MSc Human-Computer Interaction at our Open Evening on 22nd February. 5 - 7pm in the Roberts Building Foyer. You can register for thsi event here https://ucl.hobsonsradius.com/ssc/eform/N67d82TT868Ex6700mx675.ssc Visit our prospective…

UCLIC Research Seminar 22nd February: Ewa Luger, University of Edinburgh – Making AI Intelligible; Designing for ethical and comprehensible intelligent systems

The development of complex, intelligent systems has surpassed our ability to explain them. The market is increasingly populated with algorithmically-driven products for which users have limited mental models, putting their privacy at risk, and raising questions of human agency and control. Ensuring…