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8-9 Oct 2018: Training
9-11 Oct 2018: Tutorials & Conference
London, UK
Casey Dugan

Casey Dugan
Manager, AI Experiences, IBM Research

Casey Dugan is the manager of the AI Experience Lab at IBM Research in Cambridge. Her group is an interdiscipinary team made up of designers, engineers, and human-computer interaction (HCI) researchers. They design, build, and study systems at the intersection of HCI and AI, especially human-AI interaction. She has worked in the research areas of social media, analytics and visualization dashboards, human computation and crowdsourcing, and recommender systems since joining IBM. Her projects have ranged from designing meeting rooms of the future to studying #selfiestations, or kiosks for taking selfies at IBM labs around the world. She earned a couple of degrees from MIT and spent two summers interning with the IBM lab. Outside of work, she’s taught chocolate sculpture to teenagers, drinks a lot of Starbucks, and has a big fluffy dog named Lincoln.


14:35–15:15 Wednesday, 10 October 2018
Interacting with AI
Location: King's Suite - Balmoral
Secondary topics:  Ethics, Privacy, and Security, Interfaces and UX
Rachel Bellamy (IBM Research), Casey Dugan (IBM Research)
Data bias is not only an AI problem; it's also a UI problem. Non-AI experts use custom application interfaces to help them make decisions based on predictions from machine learning models. These application interfaces need to be designed so that the decisions made are unbiased. Rachel Bellamy and Casey Dugan explain how to represent model predictions so that people can recognize if they are fair. Read more.