Human-Centered Computing

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The growth of our dependence on computer technology has accelerated in recent years and dramatically more so during the pandemic, as technology now supports a wider variety of activities as our work and personal lives have been upended by requirements for physical distancing. As humans face a growing reliance on computer-mediated behaviors of all sorts, the need for smarter human-technology interfaces is also growing. This semester I-DISC is launching a new research group in human-centered computing.

More information coming soon.

Individuals interested in connecting with this new research group should contact Kate Arrington,