The Human Centred Computing Group (HCC) had a strong presence at the ACM CHI conference. CHI is the leading venue to publish Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) research, typically attended by about 3000 of the top human-computer interaction researchers and practitioners worldwide.
Responsible or trustworthy machine learning (ML) are active fields of research, with metrics and mitigation strategies being defined for different aspects of trustworthiness such as robustness, fairness or interpretability. However, these topics are …
Join us in the King’s Women in Informatics Conference to learn about the exciting research conducted by King’s PhD students and staff who identify themselves as women or non-binary, have a chat about a career in research, and network over refreshments.
ACTION applied a citizen science approach to tackling pollution; one of the greatest threats to human health and wellbeing of our times, killing more people than smoking, hunger, natural disasters, war and infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS and coronavirus.
ACTION was a three-year programme funded through the European Union’s Horizon 2020 framework, led by Prof Elena Simperl, King’s College London, dedicated to transforming the way we do citizen science (CS) today: from a mostly scientist-led process to a more participatory, inclusive, citizen-led one, which acknowledges the diversity of the CS landscape and of the challenges CS teams have to meet as their project evolves.
Last September, Women PhD students from the Department of Informatics' research groups were invited to attend the 8th ACM Celebration of Women in Computing in Europe. Cristina, Mackenzie and Tanja represented their research groups of Algorithms and Data Analysis, Distributed AI, and Reasoning and Planning at the conference.