NSF Workshop on Human-Centered Systems: Information, Interactivity, and Intelligence (HCS)

NSF WORKSHOP ON HUMAN-CENTERED SYSTEMS: INFORMATION, INTERACTIVITY, AND INTELLIGENCE (HCS)


February 17-19, 1997
Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, Arlington, VA

Co-Directors:


Hosted by Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

ATTENDANCE BY INVITATION ONLY


The main goal of the Workshop is to ascertain the future research directions of the important and exciting emerging field of Human-Centered Intelligent Systems. Ultimately, all computer systems are user centered. Without human computer intelligent interaction, the vast future power of supercomputers, ultrahigh speed networks, and giant multimedia repositories cannot be tapped efficiently and to the fullest extent.

Human computer intelligent interaction includes multidodal human computer interface, multimedia data representation and management, intelligent information processing, studies on human performance and cognition, and organizational and societal issues. Around 40 leading researchers in computer science, engineering, Speech/language understation, computer vision, artificial intelligence, psychology, cognitive science, and other relevant fields will actively participate in this Workshop. The two and half day Workshop will consist of plenary talks and breakout group discussions. A report of the Workshop will be written and widely distributed.

It is hoped that the Workshop will have a positive and significant impact on the future research directions of Human-Centered Intelligent Systems.


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    Last Updated: October 29, 1997