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Growing up in Hamilton, Ohio, Gilbert--who holds the Presidential Endowed Chair in Computing and is the chair of the Human-Centered Computing Division in the School of Computing at Clemson University, where he directs the Human-Centered Computing Lab--was the first in his family to attend college.
For example, if an individual is having difficulty smoothly controlling a mouse, we could detect this and smooth their input," said Amy Hurst, assistant professor of human-centered computing in the Information Systems Department at UMBC.
My work at UMBC with mechanical engineers, IT faculty and experts in human-centered computing that began when we worked on Project 2061 for Lead-ingAge's 50th annual convention in 2011, has made me aware that technology folks are great at coming up with solutions.
All health games, or any kind of 'serious' game with a purpose beyond entertainment, always have the challenge of making the game fun versus getting across the information you want to get across," said the game's creator, Andrea Grimes Parker, a student in Human-Centered Computing in Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing.
Under the guidance of Georgia Tech professor Blair MacIntyre, GVU's faculty and students with expertise in computer science, human-centered computing, digital media and game design will partner with Magitech to explore new mobile AR application concepts.
Bainbridge (codirector of Human-Centered Computing at the National Science Foundation) argues that nanotechnology is rapidly converging with biotechnology, information technology, and (more controversially) cognitive science in a unification that promises "to put the behavioral and social sciences for the first time on a rigorous foundation" and "will be based on material unity at the nanoscale and technology integration from that scale.
Cognitive prostheses represent a more active, mind-expanding approach to human-centered computing than Brooks' project does, Ford argues.
The Navy Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence (NCARAI) has been involved in both basic and applied research in artificial intelligence, human factors, and human-centered computing since its inception in 1981.