Joint Proceedings of the ACM IUI 2021 Workshops

Joint Proceedings of the ACM IUI 2021 Workshops
co-located with 26th ACM Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (ACM IUI 2021)

College Station, United States, April 13-17, 2021.

Edited by

Dorota Glowacka *
Vinayak Krishnamurthy **

* University of Helsinki, Finland
** Texas A&M University, USA

Table of Contents

Workshop 1: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges in Intelligent Conversational User Interface Interactions - CUI@IUI

Organized by: Philip R Doyle, University College, Dublin; Daniel John Rough, University of Dundee; Leigh Clark, Swansea University; Martin Porcheron, Swansea University; Benjamin R. Cowan, University College Dublin; Justin Edwards, University College Dublin; Stephan Schlögl, MCI Management Center Innsbruck; Minha Lee, Technical University of Eindhoven; Cosmin Munteanu, University of Toronto Mississauga; Christine Murad, University of Toronto; Jaisie Sin, University of Toronto; María Inés Torres, Universidad del Pais Vasco; Matthew Peter Aylett, CereProc Ltd.; Heloisa Candello, IBM Research
  1. Towards Mental Model-driven Conversations
    Francesca Alloatti, Federica Cena Luigi Di Caro Roger Ferrod Giovanni Siragusa
  2. Chatbots for Experience Sampling – Initial Opportunities and Challenges
    Florian Bemmann, Ramona Schoedel, Niels van Berkel, Daniel Buschek
  3. "Hey Gūguru": Exploring Non-English Linguistic Barriers for WakeWord Use
    Anna Bleakleya, Yunhan Wu, Ayushi Pandey, Justin Edwards
  4. Building Trust in Artificial Conversational Agents
    Clara Bove, Jonathan Aigrain, Marcin Detyniecki
  5. Mixed Reality Methods. Preliminary Considerations for Multimodal Analysis of Human-Agent Interactions
    Jonathan Harth, Alexandra Hofmann
  6. Take Back Control: User Privacy and Transparency Concerns in Personalized Conversational Agents
    Iris Hendrickx, Jelte van Waterschoot, Arif Khan, Louis ten Bosch, Catia Cucchiarini, Helmer Strik
  7. Voice Assistant Personalities for Health Information Seeking
    Stephanie Mariko Sredojev, Simone Stumpf
  8. Spoken Conversational Agents for Older Adults: Who Are the Stakeholders and What Do They Expect?
    Jelte van Waterschoot, Iris Hendrickx, Arif Khan, Catia Cucchiarini, Helmer Strik, Louis ten Bosch, Rob Tieben

Workshop 2: Fourth Workshop on Exploratory Search and Interactive Data Analytics - ESIDA

Organized by: Dorota Glowacka, University of Helsinki; Evangelos Milios, Dalhousie University; Axel J. Soto, CONICET, DCIC-UNS; Fernando V. Paulovich, Dalhousie University; Denis Parra, Pontificia Universidad Católica; Osnat (Ossi) Mokryn, University of Haifa
  1. Direct Ordering: A Direct Manipulation Based Ordering Technique
    Bharat Kale, Maoyuan Sun, Michael E. Papka
  2. Exploring the "Double-Edged Sword" Effect of Auto-Insight Recommendation in Exploratory Data Analysis
    Quan Li, Huanbin Lin, Chunfeng Tang, Xiguang Wei, Zhenhui Peng, Xiaojuan Ma, Tianjian Chen,
  3. Exploration and Explanation: An Interactive Course Recommendation System for University Environments
    Boxuan Ma, Min Lu, Yuta Taniguchi, Shin’ichi Konomi
  4. PaperExplorer: Personalized Exploratory Search for Conference Proceedings
    Behnam Rahdari, Peter Brusilovsky
  5. ComEx: Comment Exploration on Online News Platforms
    Julian Risch, Tim Repke, Lasse Kohlmeyer, Ralf Krestel

Workshop 3: 2nd Workshop on Human-AI Co-Creation with Generative Models - HAI-GEN 2021

Organized by: Werner Geyer, IBM Research AI; Lydia B. Chilton, Columbia University; Justin D. Weisz, IBM Research AI; Mary Lou Maher, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
  1. Generative Models can Help Writers without Writing for Them
    Kenneth C. Arnold, April M. Volzer, Noah G. Madrid
  2. Nine Potential Pitfalls when Designing Human-AI Co-Creative Systems
    Daniel Buschek, Lukas Mecke, Florian Lehmann, Hai Dang
  3. Tone Transfer: In-Browser Interactive Neural Audio Synthesis
    Michelle Carney, Chong Li, Edwin Toh, Nida Zada, Ping Yu, Jesse Engel
  4. Image Co-Creation by Non-Programmers and Generative Adversarial Networks
    Doron Friedman, Dan Pollak
  5. avatars4all
    Eyal Gruss
  6. CreativeSVG: A Creativity Support Tool for Abstract Background Design with Generative Vector Graphics
    Yucheng Jin, Ge Gao, Tiffany Ong, Xi Su
  7. Studying the Impact of AI-based Inspiration on Human Ideation in a Co-Creative Design System
    Jingoog Kim, Mary Lou Maher, Safat Siddiqui
  8. Neurosymbolic Generation of 3D Animal Shapes through Semantic Controls
    Vivian Liu, Lydia Chilton
  9. Co-creating Platformer Levels with Constrained Adversarial Networks
    Paolo Morettin, Andrea Passerini, Stefano Teso
  10. How Data Scientists Improve Generated Code Documentation in Jupyter Notebooks
    Michael Muller, April Yi Wang, Steven I. Ross, Justin D. Weisz, Mayank Agarwal, Kartik Talamadupula, Stephanie Houde, Fernando Martinez, John Richards, Jaimie Drozdal, Xuye Liu, David Piorkowski, Dakuo Wang
  11. Multiversal views on language models
    Laria Reynolds, Kyle McDonell
  12. Creative PenPal: A Virtual Embodied Conversational AI Agent to Improve User Engagement and Collaborative Experience in Human-AI Co-Creative Design Ideation
    Jeba Rezwana, Mary Lou Maher, Nicholas Davis

Workshop 4: Healthy Interfaces Workshop - HEALTHI

Organized by: Michael Sobolev, Cornell Tech, Northwell Health; Katrin Hänsel, Cornell Tech, Northwell Health; Tanzeem Choudhury, Cornell Tech.
  1. Adaptive interfaces for personalized digital wellbeing
    Hannes Bend, Spruha K Reddy, Yina Smith-Danenhower, Hoda Mahmoodzadegan, Nathalie Di Domenico, Kamran Hughes
  2. Changing Salty Food Preferences with Visual and Textual Explanations in a Search Interface
    Arngeir Berge, Vegard Velle Sjøen, Alain Starke, Christoph Trattner
  3. Improving Medication Adherence Behaviors Through Personalized, Technology-Powered Interventions
    Jacob T. Biehl, Ravi Patel, Adam J. Lee
  4. Lena: a Voice-Based Conversational Agent for Remote Patient Monitoring in Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
    David Cleres, Frank Rassouli, Martin Brutsche, Tobias Kowatsch, Filipe Barata
  5. Retrofitting Meetings for Psychological Safety
    Marios Constantinides, Sagar Joglekar, Daniele Quercia
  6. PAL: Privacy-preserving Audio, Visual, and Physiological Contexts for Wearable Context-aware Behavior Change Support
    Mina Khan, Glenn Fernandes, Pattie Maes
  7. A Playful Smartphone-based Self-regulation Training for the Prevention and Treatment of Child and Adolescent Obesity: Technical Feasibility and Perceptions of Young Patients
    Tobias Kowatsch, Chen-Hsuan (Iris) Shih, Yanick X. Lukic, Olivia C. Keller, Katrin Heldt, Dominique Durrer, Aikaterini Stasinaki, Dirk Büchter, Björn Brogle, Nathalie Farpour-Lambert, Dagmar l’Allemand-Jander
  8. Digital Tools for the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder: A Critical Review of Smartphone Applications
    Timothy I. Michaels, Sonali Singal, Emily Stone, Laura Braider, John Kane
  9. Beyond Data Tracking: A Proposal to Design Health Interfaces for Learning and Sharing
    Vineet Pandey
  10. Personalized Meal Classification Using Continuous Glucose Monitors
    Projna Paromita, Theodora Chaspari, Seyedhooman Sajjadi, Anurag Das, Bobak J. Mortazavi, Ricardo Gutierrez-Osuna
  11. Promoting Healthy Food Choices Online: A Case for Multi-List Recommender Systems
    Alain D. Starke, Christoph Trattner
  12. Building interfaces for self-assessment and feedback in the EMR
    Andrew L. Yin, Inna Wanyin Lin, Pargol Gheissari

Workshop 5: Transparency and Explainability in Adaptive Systems through User Modeling Grounded in Psychological Theory - HUMANIZE’21 Fifth Edition)

Organized by: Mark Graus, Maastricht University; Bruce Ferwerda, Jönköping University; Marko Tkalčič, University of Primorska; Panagiotis Germanakos, Intelligent Enterprise Group SAP SE, Germany, University of Cyprus
  1. Adaptive Business Data Visualizations and Exploration: A Human-centred Perspective
    Christos Amyrotos, Panayiotis Andreou, Panagiotis Germanakos
  2. Towards a Design Framework for Humanized AI
    Luca Iandoli, Jia Shen
  3. Addressing Present Bias in Movie Recommender Systems and Beyond
    Kai Lukoff
  4. Classifeye: Classification of Personal Characteristics Based on Eye Tracking Data in a Recommender System Interface
    Martijn Millecamp, Cristina Conati, Katrien Verbert
  5. Tinkering: A Way Towards Designing Transparent Algorithmic User Interfaces
    Dilruba Showkat

Workshop 6: SOcial and Cultural IntegrAtion with PersonaLIZEd Interfaces - SOCIALIZE

Organized by: Francesco Agrusti, Roma Tre University; Fabio Gasparetti, Roma Tre University; Cristina Gena, University of Torino; Giuseppe Sansonetti, Roma Tre University; Marko Tkalčič, University of Primorska
  1. A Smart Assistant for Visual Recognition of Painted Scenes
    Federico Concone, Roberto Giaconia, Giuseppe Lo Re, Marco Morana
  2. Cultural Situation Awareness in e-Learning Systems
    Giuseppe D’Aniello, Matteo Gaeta
  3. Socially Inclusive Robots: Learning Culture-Related Gestures by Playing with Pepper
    Berardina De Carolis, Francesca D’Errico, Nicola Macchiarulo, Giuseppe Palestra
  4. Exploiting Micro Facial Expressions for More Inclusive User Interfaces
    Alessio Ferrato, Carla Limongelli, Mauro Mezzini, Giuseppe Sansonetti
  5. Tourism Recommender Systems as a Vehicle for Social and Cultural Inclusion
    Fabio Gasparetti, Giuseppe Sansonetti, Alessandro Micarelli
  6. Sugar, Salt & Pepper - Humanoid robotics for autism
    Cristina Gena, Claudio Mattutino, Stefania Brighenti, Andrea Meirone, Francesco Petriglia, Loredana Mazzotta, Federica Liscio, Matteo Nazzario, Valeria Ricci, Camilla Quarato, Cesare Pecone, Giuseppe Piccinni
  7. Information Extraction for Inclusive Recommender Systems
    Noemi Mauro, Liliana Ardissono, Stefano Cocomazzi, Federica Cena
  8. Introducing empathy into recommender systems as a tool for promoting social cohesion
    Alan Wecker, Tsvi Kuflik, Paul Mulholland, Belen Diaz-Agudo, Thomas Anthony Pedersen

Workshop 7: Transparency and Explanations in Smart Systems - TExSS

Organized by: Alison Smith-Renner, Machine Learning Visualization Lab, DAC/WBB; Styliani Kleanthous, Loizou Cyprus Centre for Algorithmic Transparency, Open University of Cyprus; Jonathan Dodge, Oregon State University; Casey Dugan, IBM Research; Min Kyung Lee, University of Texas at Austin; Brian Y Lim, National University of Singapore; Tsvi Kuflik, University of Haifa; Advait Sarkar, Microsoft Research; Avital Shulner-Tal, University of Haifa; Simone Stumpf, Centre for HCI Design, University of London
  1. Making Business Partner Recommendation More Effective: Impacts of Combining Recommenders and Explanations through User Feedback
    Oznur Alkan, Massimiliano Mattetti, Sergio Cabrero Barros, Elizabeth M. Daly
  2. Investigating Explanations that Target Training Data
    Ariful Islam Anik, Andrea Bunt
  3. Machine Learning Explanations as Boundary Objects: How AI Researchers Explain and Non-Experts Perceive Machine Learning
    Amid Ayobia, Katarzyna Stawarz, Dmitri Katz, Paul Marshall, Taku Yamagata, Raúl Santos-Rodríguez, Peter Flach, Aisling Ann O'Kane
  4. Contextualising local explanations for non-expert users: an XAI pricing interface for insurance
    Clara Bove, Jonathan Aigrain, Marie-Jeanne Lesot, Charles Tijus, Marcin Detyniecki
  5. Position: Who Gets to Harness (X)AI? For Billion-Dollar Organizations Only
    Jonathan Dodge
  6. Explaining complex machine learning platforms to members of the general public
    Rachel Eardley, Ewan Soubutts, Amid Ayobi, Rachael Gooberman-Hill, Aisling O'Kane
  7. The human-AI relationship in decision-making: AI explanation to support people on justifying their decisions
    Juliana J. Ferreira, Mateus S. Monteiro
  8. Open, Scrutable and Explainable Interest Models for Transparent Recommendation
    Mouadh Guesmi, Mohamed Amine Chatti, Yiqi Sun, Shadi Zumor, Fangzheng Ji, Arham Muslim, Laura Vorgerd, Shoeb Ahmed Joarder
  9. Developing a Symbiotic Workflow between Pathologists and AI through Parameterization and Implicitization
    Mohammad Hossein Jarrahi, Mohammad Haeri
  10. 3D4ALL: Toward an Inclusive Pipeline to Classify 3D Contents
    Nahyun Kwon, Chen Liang, Jeeeun Kim
  11. AI Healthcare System Interface: Explanation Design for Non-Expert User Trust
    Retno Larasati, Anna De Liddo, Enrico Motta
  12. A Study on Fairness and Trust Perceptions in Automated Decision Making
    Jakob Schoeffer, Yvette Machowski, Niklas Kuehl
  13. Design Methods for Artificial Intelligence Fairness and Transparency
    Simone Stumpf, Lorenzo Strappelli, Subeida Ahmed, Yuri Nakao, Aisha Naseer, Giulia Del Gamba, Daniele Regoli
  14. Understanding How Customers Attribute Accountability in Food Delivery Breakdowns
    Joice Tang, Ning F. Ma, Dongwook Yoon
  15. Smart move? A case study on the operationalization of transparency and explainability in an open source career transition algorithm
    Chantale Tippett
  16. The Tension Between Information Justice and Security: Perceptions of Facial Recognition Targeting
    Elizabeth Anne Watkins
  17. How to Manage Output Uncertainty: Targeting the Actual End User Problem in Interactions with AI
    Zelun Tony Zhang, Heinrich Hußmann

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