AI is becoming more pervasive in our everyday lives and people are increasingly having to relinquish control and decision-making to “smart” systems. Concurrently, people are confronted with a reduced sense of autonomy as a result of being monitored and guided in their actions by complex and autonomous technologies they do not fully understand or control. HCI researchers are investigating how to design intelligible and human-centered autonomous systems to increase trust and address various ethical and societal challenges. In this workshop, we want to deepen and expand the discussion on tensions between human and machine autonomy when designing AI systems, focusing on scientific, technological and ethical challenges that it poses. We will adopt a pragmatic and multidisciplinary approach to look into how human-centered approaches could enhance human autonomy/agency when interacting with intelligent autonomous systems.
|ACM International Conference Proceeding Series
|11th Nordic Conference on Human-Computer Interaction: Shaping Experiences, Shaping Society, NordiCHI 2020
|25/10/20 → 29/10/20
- human-agent interaction