The conference brings academics, practitioners and students together to exchange results from academic and industrial research, as well as industrial experiences, on the use of Artificial Intelligence technologies to enhance Human-Computer Interaction. In particular, the following areas of research are relevant: (i) AI-enabled components to model the behavior of humans, groups, and computer-enabled dialogs; (ii) Evolution of HCI methods, tools and processes based on AI; (iii) Processes, methods and technical frameworks in the area of generative UX / UI design, automatic creation and adaptation of user interfaces ; (iv) AI-enabled advanced and natural interaction modalities and styles, (e.g., conversational voice or text user interfaces), and enhancement of traditional ones (e.g. visual, direct manipulation, 2D, 3D); (v) AI-based user task support in various application domains, by making core tasks useful, usable, explainable, comprehensible, safe, secure and ethical. The conference is targeted at individuals and organizations who have performed research and developed industrial applications in the area of AI in HCI. The conference is also targeted at individuals and organizations which want to learn from those results, so they can (re-)use them in research or industrial applications.
Siemens Corporation, United States
University of Central Florida, United States