International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction - Special Issue on AI in HCI

AI in HCI 2021

Computer Graphics Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition Human Computer Interaction

The discussion around the rapid evolution and omnipresence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already rich, and AI is expected to be integrated into most aspects of everyday life. At the same time, HCI, based on the strong foundations of ergonomics, cognitive science and psychology, has evolved into a scientific field of its own within the domain of computer science. In view of the emerging spread of AI in computing systems of everyday use, it is becoming apparent that AI and HCI can mutually benefit from each other in a fruitful cooperation.
In this context, the goal of this special issue is to bring together research findings and best practices from academia and industry, highlighting efforts to bring closer AI and HCI resources and demonstrating progress in related topics, novel solutions as well as open challenges. Appropriate submissions include state-of-the-art technological systems, empirical studies, theories and overviews of methodological advances. Relevant topics may include, but are not limited to:
- Trust and explainability
- Fair and ethical AI
- Human – Centered AI
- Human-in-the loop AI approaches
- Generative UX / UI design
- Cognitive computing and HCI
- Multimodal interaction based on Deep Learning
- Interactive Machine Learning
- Conversational AI
- Artificial personal assistants
- Human machine teaming
- Intelligent visualization
- Visual predictive analytics
- Intelligent technologies in application domains of healthcare, manufacturing and robots, education and training, finance, security.