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View Resource University of Maryland, Human-Computer Interaction Lab

"From the Internet to robotics, technology is changing the way people live and learn. As new technologies become ever more critical to people's lives, it is important to design them to support people in their roles as learners, explorers, and workers." The Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) at the University of Maryland is an interdisciplinary lab comprised of faculty and students from...

http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/
View Resource CAPTCHA Project: Telling Humans and Computers Apart (Automatically)

Many online services are being inundated by new users that are not people at all, but rather computer programs designed to sign up for thousands of free email accounts, cast votes in online polls, or perform other automated tasks. Since there needs to be some way to tell whether a user is a human or one of these programs, computer scientists at Carnegie Mellon University initiated the CAPTCHA...

http://www.captcha.net/
View Resource Human-Computer Interaction and Information Management Research Needs

This report was prepared by the Human-Computer Interaction and Information Management (HCI&IM) Coordinating Group and released in October 2003. It identifies the main challenges facing research and development in HCI&IM and provides motivation for greater U.S. government efforts in this area. The report highlights some of the benefits for HCI&IM advancement, including revolutionizing scientific...

http://www.human-interaction-management.info/
View Resource Georgia Tech: Contextual Computing Group

The Contextual Computing Group is a research organization at Georgia Tech College of Computing that focuses on the field of contextually-aware, wearable computing systems. The group is interested in "how the continued emergence of on-body computational resources will impact society." Topics addressed in its work include Wearable Computing, Augmented Reality, Lifelong Everyday Interfaces, Natural...

https://research.cc.gatech.edu/ccg/
View Resource University of Maryland: Active Logic, Metacognitive Computation, and Mind

The long-term goal of the Active Logic, Metacognitive Computation, and Mind project at University of Maryland, College Park, Computer Science Department is "to design and implement common sense in a computer." The website offers an explanation for what a project of this nature involves and the challenges of achieving "cognitive adequacy." A Primer section provides an introduction to active logic,...

http://www.cs.umd.edu/active/
View Resource Institute for Human & Machine Cognition

The Institute for the Interdisciplinary Study of Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC) is an interdisciplinary research unit of the University of West Florida. Researchers and staff at the IHMC investigate "a broad range of topics related to understanding cognition in both humans and machines with a particular emphasis on building computational tools to leverage and amplify human cognitive and...

https://www.ihmc.us/
View Resource AT&T Labs Research

The AT&T Labs organization constitutes one of the most celebrated research groups in the world. The group is willing to share some of its findings through this fine website and visitors with a penchant for technological innovation will find much to enjoy here. The site includes a variety of featured stories, videos, projects, and papers. Of note is “Tech View: Technology for Making TV Viewing...

http://www.research.att.com/editions/2012_11_01_home.html?fb...
View Resource Fluid Interfaces Group: MIT Media Lab Screenshot

Interested in spidervision? Or the possibilities of an augmented magnifier? You can learn about both of these new discoveries and many others at the Fluid Interfaces Group site. As part of the MIT Media Lab research group, its vision is primarily interested in "radically rethinking human-computer interaction with the aim of making the user experience more seamless, natural and integrated in our...

http://fluid.media.mit.edu/