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HUMAINT brochure

HUMAINT brochure

Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) systems, when applied in practical applications, have an impact on human behaviour. On the one hand, AI provides cognitive assistance to humans, such as helping us to interpret data more efficiently and discover hidden knowledge in large data resources. On the other hand, these AI systems may also affect human decision making and cognitive tasks. The goal of the of the HUMAINT project, is to advance the scientific understanding of the impact that AI systems have on human behaviour. Our research has three main characteristics. First, it is interdisciplinary: we combine different methodologies such as behavioural studies, machine learning practices and statistical methods; second, it is reproducible, as we generate open publications, datasets, code and research protocols; third, it is collaborative, as our work is carried out in the context of networks and partnerships with different research institutions.

Cite as: Gomez, E., Charisi, V., Tolan, S., Miron, M., Martinez Plumed, F. and Escobar Planas, M., HUMAINT: Understanding the impact of Artificial Intelligence on human behaviour, Amran, G. editor(s), Publications Office of the European Union, Luxembourg, 2021, ISBN 978-92-76-28212-9 (online), 978-92-76-28211-2 (print), doi:10.2760/23970 (online), 10.2760/043359 (print), JRC122667.

File authors: 
Gomez, E., Charisi, V., Tolan, S., Miron, M., Martinez Plumed, F. and Escobar Planas, M.
File date: 
26-01-2021
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