Thomas Kosch, professor of Human-Computer Interaction at the Humboldt University of Berlin, focuses on physiological interaction, human-AI interaction, intelligent adaptive interfaces, and extended reality. He designs and assesses intelligent user interfaces that interpret and respond to human emotions, mental workload, and intentions, aiming to provide a seamless and personalized experience through advanced machine-learning techniques. His overall goal is to augment humans by combining human flexibility with machine efficiency. In this context, he explores the challenges of integrating AI across domains, investigating ethical and social implications, and actively seeks ways to enhance user interfaces by leveraging machine learning for adaptive and user-centric experiences.
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