Proseminar: Interactive Intelligent Systems
|Instructor||Prof. Dr. Claudia Müller-Birn, Alexa Schlegel|
|Contact Person||Alexa Schlegel|
|Room||takes place online|
|Start||Nov 02, 2020 | 10:00 AM|
|end||Feb 22, 2021 | 12:00 PM|
Monday 10 am - 12 pm
Jameson, A., & Riedl, J. (2011). Introduction to the Transactions on Interactive Intelligent Systems. TiiS, 1(1), 1–6. http://doi.org/10.1145/2030365.2030366
Terveen, L. G. (1995). Overview of human-computer collaboration. Knowledge-Based Systems, 8(2-3), 67–81. http://doi.org/10.1016/0950-7051(95)98369-H
Farooq, U., & Grudin, J. (2016). Human-computer integration. Interactions, 23(6), 26–32. http://doi.org/10.1145/3001896
Interactive Intelligent Systems (IIS) are interactive systems that use artificial intelligence technologies (e.g., from natural language processing). In this seminar, we are concerned with the design, realization, or evaluation of these systems. We combine the complementary perspectives on interactive intelligent systems by considering the used AI technology, user interaction with the system, or both aspects at once. Interactive Intelligent Systems comprise a wide variety of systems or approaches such as AI-infused systems, recommender systems, mixed-initiative user interfaces, or intelligent agents.
Each term, we deal with another particular topic related to the field of Interactive Intelligent Systems field. However, in any case, we focus on a human-centered perspective. We emphasize the interaction between the technical system and the human user in order to explore existing capabilities and limitations in the field of human-computer interaction.
At the beginning of the semester, we provide a general introduction to this year's particular topic. Building on this, we will open up existing approaches, methods, and implementations in the form of student talks ad create a mindmap of the particular topic collaboratively. Each participant is expected to prepare independently, present, and discuss their topic with the class. Based on the results of the discussion, students have to create a written scientific report, which gets evaluated.
Here you can find our Code of Conduct.
All course material is in the following GitLab wiki.
Schedule01 | 05.11.2020 - Introduction to the course 02 | 12.11.2020 - Paper Discussion I
03 | 19.11.2020 - Paper Discussion II
- Topic: What is IIS?
- INPUT: How to organize your research?
04 | 26.11.2020 - no class 05 | 03.12.2020 - Status Pitch by Students
- Topic: HCI methods and IIS
- Topic Assignment
- HANDS-ON: Zotero
06 | 10.12.2020 - Peer-Review: Summaries 07 | 17.12.2020 - Recap: Mini-Talks about WA 08 | 07.01.2021 - Hands on: Best practices in Latex (optional) 09 | 14.01.2021 Consultation Hour (optional) 10 | 21.01.2021 - Presentations I
- INPUT: How to write a good paper?
- INPUT: How to write a summary?
11 | 28.01.2021 - Presentations II
12 | 04.02.2021 - Presentations III
13 | 11.02.2021 - Presentations IV
14 | 18.02.2021 - Presentations V
15 | 25.02.2021 - Feedback, Recap, Outlook