The Human-Centered AI group of the chair of Consumer Informatics is once again hosting a keynote series. The theme of this series is “Science Fiction and the Future of AI”. Our first speaker “Dr. Philipp Jordan” will talk about “Past Intersections and future opportunities of science fiction for computer science research and education”.
Philipp Jordan currently teaches full-time at Oregon State University, Corvallis (online) UX Engineering and Ethics in Computer Science. He earned his Ph.D. in Communication and Information Sciences with specializations in human-computer interaction, communication theories, and social informatics. He also hold two Master’s Degrees — in Computer Science and Mechanical Engineering. His research has been featured by the MIT Tech Review and the Forbes Tech Council, he has taught multiple iterations of ICT/research methods classes and contributed to a diversity of UX projects for special target audiences in the past. With more than 8 years of experience in applied and academic UX/HCI research in international settings, he considers himself an expert in the area of qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, approaches, and tools in human-computer interaction and UX best practice.
The talk is free of charge and open for everyone interested in Human AI interaction.
We will meet on May 21. at 5:00 pm CEST.
The talk will be held via zoom. To join us, use the link: https://uni-siegen.zoom.us/j/98208486665?pwd=OXk1SXIvR28zakk5TEhCNFgwRW1Pdz09