Department of Computer Science and Technology

Course pages 2017–18

Interaction with machine learning

Introductory Lecture

Presentation slides covering structure of course, overview of HCI, major themes in IUI/TIIS, HCI research methods, planning your study

Special Topic Lectures

Review of undergraduate HCI:

If you have not studied HCI in the past, we recommend that you review the lecture notes of the Cambridge Part II HCI course: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/teaching/1718/HCI/HCI-notes-michaelmas2017.pdf

The textbooks for that course also provide a great deal of useful background:

  • Interaction Design: Beyond human-computer interaction by Helen Sharp, Yvonne Rogers & Jenny Preece (4th Edition 2015)
  • Research methods for human-computer interaction edited by Paul Cairns and Anna Cox (Cambridge University Press 2008)

Intelligent user interfaces

Annotated reading list of relevant publications:

Scanning recent publications at ACM IUI and TIIS will give a useful overview of methods currently used in the field. Archives of both are available on the ACM digital library:

Interactive program synthesis

One of the themes of the course will be interactive program synthesis (previously known as programming by example), and there are two classic books on this topic, both of which are available online:

Conduct of research

Before starting your study with human participants, you must make an application to the Computer Lab ethics committee, describing what you plan to do and how you will remove or mitigate any risks.

Online review form

As described on the form, you should also consult the Cambridge Guidance on technology research with human participants, paying particular attention to the type of study you will be conducting, and the risks associated with it.