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Spring seminar ”AI in Human-Technology Interaction”

24 toukokuun, 2023 - 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC+0

Welcome to our spring seminar, “AI in Human-Technology Interaction” on Wednesday, 24.5. at 12:00-15:00!

Join us for our spring seminar with exciting talks related to the very current theme, artificial intelligence. We will discuss various AI-related topics, from gaming to education. To conclude the seminar, we will have an interactive workshop related to AI in teaching.

Registration for the event closes on Monday, 22.5.2023. The Zoom link for the event will be emailed on Tuesday, 23.5.

— Register for the event via this link —


Please note that times in the program are approximate, and some deviation may occur.

12:00-12:10 Welcoming words

Laura Havinen, chair of SIGCHI Finland

12:10-12:30 Living with AI in the smart home
Nils Ehrenberg, Aalto University

12:30-12:50 Generative AI
Matti Pohjonen, University of Helsinki

12:50-13:10 After the wow – ethics and generative AI now!
Ville Vakkuri, University of Vaasa

13:10-13:20 Pause

13:20-13:40 Creativity and personhood in the automation of videogame production
Aleena Chia, Goldsmiths, University of London

13:40-14:50 AI in teaching –  a workshop

The workshop starts with an introduction to the topic by Ville Palkinen (Pedagogical Innovations and Culture, Tampere University of Applied Sciences). After the introduction, we will discuss in groups the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of using AI in teaching. We welcome everyone to join this discussion, whether you work in the field of education or not!

14:55-15:00 Closing words

Laura Havinen, chair of SIGCHI Finland


Nils Ehrenberg is a Doctoral Researcher in Design at Aalto University, Finland. His doctoral research explores how smart home technologies re-shape power structures within the home. He’s also involved with research into e-governance and participation with a focus on the role of libraries in digitalisation.

Aleena Chia is Lecturer in Media, Communications and Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. She uses ethnographic and textual approaches to research creativity and innovation practices in game development and computational wellness. She is co-editor of Reckoning with Social Media (Rowman and Littlefield, 2022, with Ana Jorge and Tero Karppi) and co-author of Technopharmacology (Meson/University of Minnesota Press, 2022, with Joshua Neves, Susanna Paasonen, and Ravi Sundaram). Her work is published in Convergence, Television and New Media, Internet Policy Review, Critical Studies in Media Communication, Journal of Fandom Studies, among others.


24 toukokuun, 2023
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm UTC+0




SIGCHI Finland