Exciting news from PolyU Design's Intelligent Systems Design (ISD)! As part of the outcome from the ISD lab studies subject – Intelligent Systems Construction, six research papers have been accepted by peer-reviewed conferences, including two at the 2023 ACM SIGCHI Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing (CSCW23) – a top international conference with an average acceptance rate of 25.5% for research in the design and use of technologies that affect groups, organisations, communities, and networks.
"The topics such as 'Towards Human-Centred AI-Co-Creation: A Three-Level Framework for Effective Collaboration between Human and AI' or 'Robotic Systems in Heritage Protection: An Anti-Fatigue Human-Robot Collaboration Exploration for Heritage Painting and Calligraphy Restoration' represent very well the vision of our ISD programme," said Prof. Stephen Jia Wang, ISD Specialism Leader and Lab Studies Subject Leader. "The main objective of this Lab Studies subject is to bring students to the actual research context." And he continued, "I'm very pleased with the outcome. Such an outcome after merely two semesters of studies is amazing. I'm proud of our tutors, staff and our first-ever cohort of ISD students since its launch in September 2022 – they have achieved something beyond my expectation! Good job, folks!"
CSCW accepted papers are published in two annual CSCW issues of the journal series Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction (PACM HCI) and invited to present in Minneapolis in CSCW 2023.
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