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Sara Kiesler

6 Ways You Know the Robots Are Revolting : Discovery News

Dr. Sara Kiesler, along with her colleagues at the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, are studying how to make robots more personable. Kiesler's team recently presented an interesting study at the International Conference on Human-Robot ...

Polite Robot Overlords Will Be More Persuasive

Their always-right, ego-deflating advice can be off-putting, reports social psychologist Sara Kiesler and her colleagues from Carnegie Mellon University, in Pittsburgh. But having them employ a different type of rhetoric could help soften the blow. In one study, Kiesler’s former ...

More Internet users trying to cover tracks, worrying about privacy

Pew Research and Carnegie Mellon University conducted the report jointly under the leadership of Lee Rainie, director of the Pew Internet Project, and Sara Kiesler, Hillman Professor of Computer Science and Human‐Computer Interaction at Carnegie Mellon University. The survey was done in ...

Jeff Gelles: Internet users want privacy, study finds

"The research so far has emphasized the ways that people ignore privacy," said study coauthor Sara Kiesler, professor of computer science and human-computer interaction at Carnegie Mellon University. "This research suggests that people have realized there are things that can hurt them - ...

Internet Use Disorder: Do We Need An Intervention?

"It seems misleading to characterize behaviors as 'addictions' on the basis that people say they do too much of them," Sara Kiesler, a researcher at Carnegie Mellon University and co-author of a study on Internet usage, published in the September 1998 American Psychologist told Monitor ...

Robots Should Be, Uhm, Less Confident

Co-authors are Sara Kiesler, the Hillman Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon, and former graduate student Cristen Torrey, now at Adobe Systems. Giving advice can be tricky, because it can be seen as “face-threatening.” You’re saying in effect that the advisee is not smart. ...

US people fear government spooks

Sara Kiesler, an author of the report and a computer science professor at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh said that the team’s biggest surprise was discovering that many Internet users have tried to conceal their identity or their communications from others. “It’s not just a ...

Carnegie Mellon Study Reveals Negative Potential Of Heavy ...

Members of the research team are part of Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute and include Kraut and Sara Kiesler, a professor of social and decision sciences; Tridas Mukophadhyay, a professor at Carnegie Mellon's graduate business school; William Scherlis, a senior ...

Privacy fears cause more to cover online tracks: study

"Our team's biggest surprise was discovering that many Internet users have tried to conceal their identity or their communications from others," noted Sara Kiesler, an author of the report and a faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University. "It's not just a small coterie of hackers. ...

Carnegie Mellon's Sara Kiesler elected to CHI Academy

PITTSBURGH-Sara Kiesler, a Carnegie Mellon University professor of human-computer interaction, was one of six people to be elected to the CHI Academy, the highest recognition of advancement in the field of computer-human interaction. The CHI Academy comprises leaders in and longtime ...

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Members of the research team are part of Carnegie Mellon's Human-Computer Interaction Institute and include Kraut and Sara Kiesler, a professor of social and decision sciences; Tridas Mukophadhyay, a professor at Carnegie Mellon's graduate business school; William Scherlis, a senior ...

Feb. 11: Carnegie Mellon Professor Earns Lifetime Achievement ...

PITTSBURGH—Sara Kiesler, Carnegie Mellon University's Hillman Professor of Computer Science and Human-Computer Interaction, is this year's recipient of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group in Computer-Human Interaction's ( SIGCHI ) most prestigious honor...

Sara Kiesler awarded ACM SIGCHI's Lifetime Achievement Award ...

This year the Association of Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) presented its Lifetime Achievement Award to Sara Kiesler. The Lifetime Achievement Award is the most prestigious award SIGCHI gives. The criteria for achievement are the same as ...

Connections: New Ways of Working in the Networked ...

Lee Sproull is Professor of Management at Boston University. Sara Kiesler is Professor of Social and Decision Sciences at Carnegie Mellon University.

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