Technology × Social Interaction

Research on how information technology shapes and could enhance social interaction.

Technology × Social Interaction (TSI)

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The TSI research group is interested in the role of technology in social interaction.
We aim to enhance human sociality and collaboration with novel ICT applications.

Our research interests include:
Social Matching: How could data science & AI help identify suitable collaborators, support recruitment, find experts, and form teams?
UI in mediated communication: How is interaction in social media conditioned and structured by user interfaces? How to design sociality-enhancing systems?
Critical & speculative design: How to challenge design conventions in user interfaces?
ICT ethics & sustainability: How to design responsibly, mindful of moral considerations?
Social Acceptance & trust: How does societal acceptance and trust in new ICTs form?
Human-AI collaboration: How can human intelligence and AI best work together?

We argue to be a truly cross-disciplinary group, building on research on human-technology interaction, computer-supported cooperative work, social technologies, socio-technical systems, user experience, data science, internet research, and social psychology.

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TSI is affiliated to the Faculty of Information Technology and Communication Sciences, the New Social Research program, TAUCHI research center, and the Human-Technology interaction & Sustainable Digital Life Master’s programs, as well as the doctoral program of Humans and Technologies.