Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (Winter 2011)
By Stanford University
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Weekly speakers on topics related to human-computer interaction design. Presentations on a wide and evolving range of current research issues relating to human-computer interaction.
|1||Video10. Technology that Motivates Creative Action (March 11, 2011)||product design, society, creativity, idea, development, consequence, behavioral science, motivation, research, emotion, goal, innovation, inspiration, brainstorm, interaction, belief, tool, capability, change, performance, reaction, correlation, stanford||6/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||Video9. Transnational Design: Exploring the Local and the Global in HCI (March 4, 2011)||computer science, technology, human computer interaction, hci, research, national, transnational, international, global, religion, computing, project, interconnectedness, geographical, cultural, boundaries, development, work, industrial design||6/1/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||Video8. Designing in the Wild (February 25, 2011)||computer science, technology, computing, thought, computer, theory, technique, human computer interaction, discovery, challenges, household, intel, cultural probes, wild, lab, design, change, research, code, social, cognitive science, social, method, crea||5/26/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||Video7. Numbers as Tools for Thinking (February 18, 2011)||Mike Frank discusses how language is a tool for counting and cognition in general. He also talks about research he has performed with other languages that do not have a solid counting system. (February 18, 2011)||5/20/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||Video6. Building Social Recommenders for Delicious and Twitter (February 11, 2011)||Ed Chi talks about the social research he did that illuminated how a person's interests might relate to those of his or her online friends. (February 11, 2011)||5/20/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||Video5. Combining Minds: Making Sense of Information Together (February 4, 2011)||Niki Kittur examines how social collaboration is allowing for unparalleled informative power in the realm of complex and creative information. He discusses how the power behind social collaboration will lead to discoveries in the future.(February 4, 2011)||5/12/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||Video4. It's Not You, It's Me: Automatically Extracting Social Meaning from Speed Dates (January 28, 2011)||Dan Jurafsky discusses a system he and his colleagues created that can detect social intentions with above 70% accuracy. He says that this system greatly outperforms human beings. (January 28, 2011)||4/28/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||Video3. Staying Together: Understanding People and Media in Synchronous Connected Systems (January 21, 2011)||David Shamma discusses tracking online social behavior and how this research has led to explore the options available in automatically classifying media. (January 21, 2011)||4/19/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||Video2. Burning Man at Google: A Cultural Infrastructure for New Media Production? (January 14, 2011)||Fred Turner discusses his opinions on the social phenomenon of Burning Man and how he thinks the ideals of the festival apply to the marketplace that is evolving in our society, specifically in the Silicon Valley. (January 14, 2011)||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||Video1. Progressive User Interfaces (January 7, 2011)||Shumin Zhai gives a presentation on the progression of user interfaces throughout the past. He focuses on how we are moving into an age of touch screens and touch gesture keyboards. He explains the implications of this shift. (January 7, 2011)||4/5/2011||Free||View in iTunes|