The Eyes Are the Windows to the Mind: Implications for User Modeling and User-Adaptive Interaction

Speaker:  Cristina Conati – Vancouver, BC, Canada
Topic(s):  Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Computer Vision, Natural language processing


Eye-tracking has been extensively used both in psychology for understanding various aspects of human cognition, as well as in human computer interaction (HCI) for off-line evaluation of interface design or as an alternative form of intended user input. In recent years, eye-tracking has also been investigated as a source of real-time information on relevant user  states and processes (e.g., attention, motivation, learning) to inform the actions of intelligent interface agents that aim to provide highly personalized interaction experiences. In this talk,  I will provide an overview of  the research my lab has done in this area, including predicting user learning, affect, cognitive skills and personality with applications to  User-AdaptiveVisualizations and Intelligent Tutoring Systems

About this Lecture

Number of Slides:  40
Duration:  45 minutes
Languages Available:  English, Italian
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