I study human-computer interaction through a variety of approaches to empirically ground the design of technologies. I particularly focus on the user experience of interactive “AI” systems—from voice interfaces through to robot interfaces. My recent publications include:
- Progressivity for Voice Interface Design
(CUI 2019 Best Paper)
- Tracking the Consumption of Home Essentials
- Voice Interfaces in Everyday Life
(CHI 2018 Best Paper)
My PhD thesis examines the ways in which technologies such as smartphones and smartspeakers are used within casual-social interactions in public and the home. I also have an MSci in Computer Science with AI, completed at the University of Nottingham.
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