Edith's research focuses on machine teaching, social computing and technology for human flourishing. She is a strong proponent of value-driven research, and technology that involves an integration of machine and human intelligence.
Jessy’s current research involves the design of conversational agent interactions that promote social/emotional experiences. Her work is driven by her interest in understanding human cognition and applying this knowledge to developing technologies that improve people’s functioning, independence and well-being.
Sangho's research focuses on helping people make sense of and communicate ideas and concepts more effectively, often through visual storytelling. His work is motivated by his interest in lowering the barriers to knowledge and restoring learning as a fun, interactive, imaginative experience.
Ken Jen Lee
Ken Jen is interested in enhancing experience sharing and storytelling, and hopes that new technologies and systems can be built to support and encourage empathy and compassion.
Amy's current research focuses on designing educational technology. She is passionate about designing systems that support cognitive processes while building a sense of community to improve collaboration across cross-functional teams.
Jarvis' current research focuses on Human-AI collaboration. He is interested in studying how computers can positively impact their users’ emotions and thinking processes, and how such positive impact can help people achieve their goals.
Joice is interested in how technology and design can affect power, self-perception, and trust. She hopes to foster understanding and solidarity through the design and development of fair, responsible, and community-based technology.
, PhD (Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee Knoxville)
, Postdoc (Assistant Professor, Concordia University of Edmonton)
, M.Math (PhD Student, University of British Columbia)
Helga Jiang, Undergrad (Product Designer, Facebook)
Meng Dong, Undergrad (Graduate Student, Harvard University)