Dakuo Wang is a Research Scientist at IBM Research AI, Cambridge, Massachusetts. His research lies in the intersection between human-computer interaction (HCI) and artificial intelligence (AI). He is now leading a team of researchers, engineers, and designers to conduct research and design user experience for IBM AutoAI, a solution to automate the end-to-end machine learning pipeline. From studying how users work with various AI systems such as automated machine learning (AutoML/AutoAI), chatbots, and clinical decision support systems (CDSS), he proposes “Human-AI Collaboration” as a new framework to examine and design AI systems to work together with humans.
Before joining IBM Research, Dakuo Wang got his Ph.D. and M.S. in Information and Computer Science from the University of California Irvine, a Diplôme d’Ingénieur (M.S.) in Information System from École Centrale d’Électronique Paris, and a B.S. in Computer Science from Beijing University of Technology. He has worked as an engineer, designer, and researcher in France, China, and the United States.
Dakuo Wang now serves as ACM CSCW'21 Co-Chair in Demo, ECSCW'20 Co-Chair in Sponsorship, ACM GROUP'20 Co-Chair in Workshop, ACM CHI'19 Co-Chair in Social Media. He also serves in ACM SIGCHI China Chapter Vice-Present, and International Chinese Association of CHI (ICACHI) steering committee 2018-2020, as well as in Program Committee for various SIGCHI-sponsored conferences. ACM has recognized Dakuo Wang as an ACM Distinguished Speaker in 2019.
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A New Paradigm of Human-Computer Interaction: Human-AI Collaboration
We are witnessing an emerging new paradigm of how people interact with computer systems. A few examples include computers we ate into our stomachs, artificial limbs controlled by electrical...
- Computer-Supported Collaborations In Practice: Two Case Studies of Collaborative Editing and Human-AI CollaborationCollaboration is an essential activity in all kinds of work, and it is not easy. That is why Human Computer Interaction (HCI) researchers from both academia (e.g., CMU, Stanford, UMichigan,...
- Introduction to Computer Supported Cooperated Work (CSCW) and Human-AI-CollaborationCollaboration is an essential activity in all kinds of work, and it is not easy. That is why Human Computer Interaction (HCI) researchers from both academia (e.g., CMU, Stanford, UMichigan,...
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- Computer-Supported Collaborations In Practice: Two Case Studies of Collaborative Editing and Human-AI Collaboration