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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Noortman, Renee (author), Bourgeois, Jacky (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Most people are entangled with an ever-growing trail of data that results from their daily interactions with products and services. Yet, they are hardly aware of the nature and characteristics of the data within this trail. We design dataslip, a provocative artifact that materializes the personal data trail into a receipt and aims to elicit...
conference paper 2024
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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Bourgeois, Jacky (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Most people interact with digital technologies that collect personal data about their behavior and experiences, leaving behind a data trail. The data within this trail is abstract and difficult to interpret; still, people often need to decide about its collection and distribution. Hence, it is paramount to support personal data literacy, for...
conference paper 2024
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Alfrink, Kars (author), Keller, A.I. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Local governments increasingly use artificial intelligence (AI) for automated decision-making. Contestability, making systems responsive to dispute, is a way to ensure they respect human rights to autonomy and dignity. We investigate the design of public urban AI systems for contestability through the example of camera cars: human-driven...
conference paper 2023
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Morales Ornelas, H.C. (author), Kleinsmann, M.S. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Evidence-based practices play an essential role in the development of eHealth systems. Prior research has investigated the challenge of shared understanding between professionals from the fields of health sciences and design and has highlighted the need for effective alignment of development and research practices in eHealth. However, there is a...
journal article 2023
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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Bourgeois, J. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Digital technologies have increasingly integrated into people's lives, continuously capturing their behavior through potentially sensitive data. In the context of voice assistants, there is a misalignment between experts, regulators, and users on whether and what data is 'sensitive', partly due to how data is presented to users; as single...
conference paper 2023
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Davis, Meredith (author), Feast, Luke (author), Forlizzi, Jodi (author), Friedman, Ken (author), Ilhan, Ali (author), Ju, Wendy (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Reimer, Maria Hellström (author), Teixeira, Carlos (author)
The Future of Design Education working group on doctoral education included doctoral supervisors from nine programs around the world and addressed the indeterminacy of standards for the PhD in Design. Internationally, “contributions to knowledge” under the PhD degree title range from evidence-based investigations documented in a dissertation...
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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Bourgeois, J. (author), Hutiri, Wiebke (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
As we navigate physical (e.g., supermarket) and digital (e.g., social media) systems, we generate personal data about our behavior. Researchers and designers increasingly rely on this data and appeal to several approaches to collect it. One of these is data donation, which encourages people to voluntarily transfer their (personal) data...
journal article 2023
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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Bourgeois, J. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Recently, methods and approaches such as Participatory Data Analysis, Data-Enabled Design, and Contextual Inquiry have highlighted how design activities can benefit from behavioral data. This data offers new ways to learn from what people do and how they do it, across time and space. However, behavioral data introduces changes and frictions to...
book chapter 2023
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Alfrink, Kars (author), Keller, A.I. (author), Doorn, N. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
The increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) by public actors has led to a push for more transparency. Previous research has conceptualized AI transparency as knowledge that empowers citizens and experts to make informed choices about the use and governance of AI. Conversely, in this paper, we critically examine if transparency-as...
journal article 2022
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Alfrink, Kars (author), Keller, A.I. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Doorn, N. (author)
As the use of AI systems continues to increase, so do concerns over their lack of fairness, legitimacy and accountability. Such harmful automated decision-making can be guarded against by ensuring AI systems are contestable by design: responsive to human intervention throughout the system lifecycle. Contestable AI by design is a small but...
journal article 2022
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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Bourgeois, J. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Ubiquitous wearable and mobile technologies generate vast amounts of data from sensors and self-logging applications. This data creates opportunities to better understand people’s behavior and inform research on intimate topics such as menstruation. However, in design and HCI research, reconstructing the context in which data was collected and...
conference paper 2022
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Gomez Ortega, A. (author), Bourgeois, J. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
In-The-wild research allows the HCI community to gain insights into personal behaviour and characteristics. For designers and researchers, this means having access to rich spatiotemporal insights reflecting user's characteristics, behaviours, and needs. However, designerly contexts require contextualized and meaningful data, and collecting it...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, G. (author), Albayrak, A. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), van der Cammen, T.J.M. (author)
Background: Care personalization is key to the well-being of people with dementia according to person-centered care. With the development of the internet of things, a large quantity of personal data can be collected securely and reliably, which has the potential to facilitate care personalization for people with dementia. Yet, there are...
journal article 2021
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Vroon, Jered (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Zaga, Cristina (author), Rozendaal, M.C. (author), Lupetti, M.L. (author), van Beek, E. (author)
Our interactions form an intricate 'dance' - a dance requiring a fluent integration of both expressivity (e.g. to approach someone) and sensitivity (e.g. detect if you 'should' approach someone). Work on behaving artefacts has focused mostly on the social, emotional and aesthetic qualities that can be evoked - expressed - through interactions...
conference paper 2020
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Wang, G. (author), Gong, Haotian (author), Albayrak, A. (author), van der Cammen, T.J.M. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
Researchers have been exploring how to manage Behavioural and Psychological Symptoms of Dementia (BPSD) in a personalised way, meanwhile, assistive technologies have been developed to collect a variety of personal data. This urges more research in investigating the combination of: data collected by the care team, which are mainly qualitative;...
journal article 2020
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Kun, P. (author), Mulder, I. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
The increasing availability of large-scale datasets such as sensor data or social media data and increasingly accessible data science tools create unique<br/>opportunities for design. However, the relationship between data science practices and design methods is still underdeveloped. In this paper, we propose that data exploration activities can...
journal article 2020
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Alfrink, Kars (author), Doorn, N. (author), Keller, A.I. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author)
The increasing use of algorithms in cities has come under scrutiny. Transparency is widely seen as a way to ensure their fairness and accountability. We investigate how al- gorithmic transparency helps citizens understand smart electric vehicle charge points and how its conception differs between experts and citizens. Using a research-through-...
conference paper 2020
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Hudson, Lorraine (author), Wolff, Annika (author), Gooch, Daniel (author), Van Der Linden, Janet (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Petre, Marian (author), ten Veen, Rianne (author), O'Connor-Gotra, Sinead (author)
Smart cities try to use technology and data to improve the efficiency of city services, to address societal challenges and to improve collaboration between citizens and government. Driving such social change requires a deep socio-ecological transition with both organisations and individual's lifestyles needing to change. This has led to an...
journal article 2019
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Admiraal, Wilfried (author), Post, Lysanne (author), Guo, Pengyue (author), Saab, Nadira (author), Makinen, Sari (author), Rainio, Ohto (author), Vuori, Johanna (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Bourgeois, J. (author), Danford, Gerard (author)
One promising way to cope with changing requirements from the labor market in the domain of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), but also to keep the field up to date, to start innovations and to advance the STEM domain as such is the use of student labs. In these labs, students work together in small groups imitating...
journal article 2019
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Ingemarsdotter, E.K. (author), Jamsin, E. (author), Kortuem, G.W. (author), Balkenende, R. (author)
This paper focuses on how the Internet of Things (IoT) could contribute to the transition to a circular economy (CE), through supporting circular business model and design strategies. While literature has highlighted the opportunities for IoT to support circular strategies in business, little has been published about actual implementations in...
journal article 2019
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