Hi! I’m Changhoon Oh, an HCI/UX researcher. I’m interested in Human-AI Interaction.
I am a Postdoctoral Researcher in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, working with Professor Jodi Forlizzi and Professor John Zimmerman. I earned my Ph.D. from Seoul National University under the guidance of professor Bongwon Suh.
My research in Human-computer Interaction (HCI) and User Experience (UX) focuses on Human-AI Interaction – how people perceive, respond to, and cooperate with Artificial Intelligence. I have conducted a study to understand artificial intelligence technophobia following the Google DeepMind Challenge Match, a Go match between Lee Sedol and AlphaGo, in March 2016 (CHI 2017 full paper), and a study to understand user experience of co-creation with artificial intelligence (CHI 2018 full paper), which has been awarded an Honourable Mention for CHI 2018. Recently, I have been studying the design of audio interaction news systems that use smart speakers and have also been researching user reactions to algorithm-based news generation systems.
If you want more information about me, you can download my Curriculum Vitae.
- Dec 13 2019: Two papers “Understanding User Perception of Automated News Generation System (principal author)” and “Bot in the Bunch: Facilitating Group Chat Discussion by Improving Efficiency and Participation with a Chatbot” have been conditionally accepted to CHI 2020.
- Aug 06 2019: Joined the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University as a postdoctoral researcher, working with Professor Jodi Forlizzi and Professor John Zimmerman.
- Apr 01 2019: “Designing a Chatbot for a Brief Motivational Interview on Stress Management: Qualitative Case Study” has been published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (2019).
- Feb 26 2019: I have graduated from Seoul National University with my PhD degree. My thesis “Understanding How People Interact with Algorithm-based Systems Using Artificial Intelligence” has received a Best Dissertation Award.
- Feb 10 2019: “TurtleTalk: An Educational Programming Game for Children with Voice User Interface” and “Tell Me More: Understanding User Interaction of Smart News Powered by Conversational Search” have been accepted to CHI 2019 Late-Breaking Work.
- Jun 29 2018: “Touch+Finger: Extending Touch-Based User Interface Capabilities with “Idle” Finger Gestures in the Air” has been conditionally accepted to UIST 2018.
- Apr 19 2018: Selected for Google Travel and Conference Grants.
- Mar 27 2018: Joined V.DO, a video artificial intelligence start-up, as an AI Researcher.
- Feb 16 2018: “PairRing: A Ring-Shaped Rotatable Smartwatch Controller”has been accepted to CHI 2018 Late-Breaking Work.
- Feb 9 2018: “I Lead, You Help But Only with Enough Details: Understanding the User Experience of Co-Creation with Artificial Intelligence (principal author)” has been awarded an Honourable Mention for CHI 2018 (top 5%).
- Nov 17 2017: “I Lead, You Help But Only with Enough Details: Understanding the User Experience of Co-Creation with Artificial Intelligence (principal author)” has been conditionally accepted to CHI 2018.
- Nov 19 2017: “Us vs. Them: Understanding Artificial Intelligence Technophobia over the Google DeepMind Challenge Match (principal author)” has been conditionally accepted to CHI 2017.
- Apr 25 – 30: CHI 2020, Honolulu, Hawaii, US.
- May 4 – 9: CHI 2019, Glasgow, UK.
- Apr 21 – 26 2018: Attended CHI 2018, Montréal, Canada for paper presentation.
- Mar 27 2018: Had an invited talk at Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), Daejon, South Korea.
- Jan 31 – Feb 2 2018: Attended HCI Korea 2018, Jeongson, South Korea.
- May 6 – 11 2017: Attended CHI 2017, Denver, Colorado, US, for paper presentation.