Welcome Jasmine Sami to the HTC Lab

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We are excited to welcome Jasmine to the HTC Lab.  Jasmine has a background in sociology and data science, and she is a first-year student in the HTC PhD program here at GWU.  

Dr. Medsker’s NOYCE grant renewed by NSF

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Dr. Larry Medsker is a PI for the NOYCE grant funded by the National Science Foundation. The GW Noyce program provides opportunities for students to immerse themselves in service learning through courses, seminars, and first-hand experiences in projects focused on … Continued

Ryan Watkins presenting @ WAIM Conference

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The HTC Lab’s Ryan Watkins will be on a panel at the WAIM Convergence Conference: At the Boundary: Exploring Human-AI Futures in Context in August (in NYC). After the conference he will share his notes here, so come back the … Continued

RWJF Letter of Inquiry

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Professor Medsker of the HTC Lab recently submitted an LOI to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) for support on a project to develop AI-based cognitive assistants for patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can review the proposal on the … Continued

Introducing Ryan Watkins

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To conduct interdisciplinary science, the HTC Lab brings together students, faculty, and other researchers to lead the creation of use inspired research.  Our collaborations benefit from the diverse experiences and expertise of our colleagues, and this interview is one in … Continued

Lorena Barba on Reproducibility and Replicability

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Lorena Barba recently contributed to the National Academies of Sciences’ report on Reproducibility and Replicability in Science. “When scientists cannot confirm the results from a published study, to some it is an indication of a problem, and to others, it … Continued