The CogniSense Group is a research lab that investigates the interaction between users and artificial intelligence in adaptive computing environments. We are located on the Campus Adlershof at the Humboldt University of Berlin.
Neha Balamurugan starts a position as research intern. Neha researches how mixed reality interfaces can be adapted during safety-critical situations.
Our research about AI placebos obtains media coverage. In our research, we show that the narrative of an AI-based assistive or augmentation system leads users to misjudge their performance and risk-behavior.
The CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems is the international conference of Human-Computer Interaction. We are happy to announce that seven contributions (four papers, two posters, and one special interest group) was presented as part of the conference program:
Mario Sägner starts a position as researcher. Mario investigates how GPT-based networks support developers during implementation, design, evaluation, and validation of scientific workflows.
Katja Chen begins her position in our group as student research assistant. Katja is supporting us with the organization of the lab and supervision of students.