Papers Presented at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS’23)
(06.01.2023) Kathrin Brecker, Shanshan Hu, Florian Leiser, and Maximilian Renner from the cii research group presented papers at the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS). The conference took place in Maui, Hawaii, from January 4-6, 2023.
The research papers are open access available: https://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/communities/f36bf371-28c7-4427-bff7-718d2c995872
The following papers were presented:
Artificial Intelligence-Driven Convergence and its Moderating Effect on Multi-Source Trust Transfer by Maximilian Renner, Sebastian Lins, Matthias Söllner, Sirkka Jarvenpaa, and Ali Sunyaev
Why it Remains Challenging to Assess Artificial Intelligence by Kathrin Brecker, Sebastian Lins, and Ali Sunyaev
Be Mindful of User Preferences: An Explorative Study on Game Design Elements in Mindfulness Applications by Shanshan Hu, Aylin Usta, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Simon Warsinsky, Scott Thiebes, and Ali Sunyaev
Understanding the Role of Expert Intuition in Medical Image Annotation: A Cognitive Task Analysis Approach by Florian Leiser, Simon Warsinsky, Marie Daum, Manuel Schmidt-Kraepelin, Scott Thiebes, Martin Wagner, and Ali Sunyaev
Prior to the conference, HICSS doctoral consortium took place. Organized by Sue Brown and GJ de Vreede, current ideas of PhD students were discussed, and insights into scientific life wereprovided. Maximilian Renner from the cii research group was invited to participate and exchange ideas with his mentors Jason Thachter and Triparna de Vreede.