Human Centred Computing at Oxford
Research Blog for Human-Centric Computing, Systems, and AI
Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford
Computational systems are now deeply integrated into the fabric of people’s lives. Human Centred Computing examines the impacts that such systems have on individuals, communities and societies, and to identify ways these systems can be designed to be more ethical and empowering, and to support human flourishing.
05-05-2020Oxford HCC at CHI 2020
17-04-2020Technological responses to COVID-19: the need for responsible innovation
13-04-2020How to keep children safe and connected during home schooling
25-03-2020COVID-19 - A Privacy Analysis of Remote Work Tools in a Time of Crisis
11-12-2019Sir Nigel Shadbolt launches the Institute for Ethics in AI
31-05-2020Do-Not-Track is dead. Long live Do-Not-Track!
21-05-2020COVID-19: What is digital contact tracing, how does it work, and will it succeed?
- 05-05-2020Strangers in the Room: Unpacking Perceptions of 'Smartness' and Related Ethical Concerns in the Home (DIS 2020)
- 29-01-2020'I Just Want to Hack Myself to Not Get Distracted': Evaluating Design Interventions for Self-Control on Facebook (CHI 2020)
- 21-01-2020Informing the Design of Privacy-Empowering Tools for the Connected Home (CHI 2020)
- 30-12-2019Harnessing Interdisciplinarity to Promote the Ethical Design of AI Systems (ECIAIR 2019)
- 10-11-2019X-Ray Refine - Supporting the Exploration and Refinement of Information Exposure Resulting from Smartphone Apps (CHI 2018)