University of Michigan
Computer Science & Engineering
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2121
Human-centered computing (HCC) is the science of decoding human behavior. HCC seeks to provide a computational account of aspects of human behavior ranging from interaction patterns to individual emotion expression using techniques drawn from both signal processing and machine learning. However, the complexity of this new domain necessitates alterations to the techniques common within the machine learning field and a fundamental understanding of the domains under analysis.
On this website you will find information regarding the exciting research directions of CHAI in the domain of human-centered computing. CHAI's focus is on developing novel algorithms to gain insight into human behavior, specifically emotion.
CHAI was established in January 2012.
MIDAS (Michigan Institute for Data Science) Seminar, Jan. 2017 -- Talk on speech-based assistive technology for individuals with bipolar disorder.