The term hybrid intelligence refers to approaches and technology that enable cooperation between humans and intelligent machines. Temple University’s Center for Hybrid Intelligence (CHI) is committed to promoting research, education, and software development activities towards building computer systems that could learn from experience, adapt, exhibit intelligent behavior, cooperate with humans, and improve human condition.
We aim to become a center of excellence in artificial intelligence and cognitive computing and a catalyst for interdisciplinary research at Temple. We are providing cutting edge educational and research experiences for Temple students and training programs for continued education. We are promoting entrepreneurship and are fostering collaboration with industry, government, and nonprofit organizations in Greater Philadelphia and beyond.
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We are welcoming our new CHI member Dr. Stephen MacNeil , who is starting his tenure track Assistant Professor appointment in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences in Fall 2021. Stephen is joining us from the UCSD Design Lab, where he was a postdoctoral researcher. In his research, Stephen is building on theories from learning sciences, social computing, and human-computer interaction to democratize design and education by integrating the perspectives of non-experts.
Slobodan Vucetic and Jie Wu from Temple received a new collaborative NSF grant with their collaborators Shiwen Mao from Auburn and Xuyu Wang from California State at Sacramento for project “Data Augmentation and Adaptive Learning for Next Generation Wireless Spectrum Systems.” The primary goal of this project is to devise innovative approaches that enable wireless researchers and practitioners to acquire data more efficiently at reduced cost and to utilize existing data more effectively.
CHI professors Eduard Dragut and Slobodan Vucetic are co-organizing with Lucian Popa and Yunyao Li from IBM Research Almaden the 3rd Workshop on Data Science with Human in the Loop @ KDD 2021. The goal of this workshop is to stimulate research on human-computer cooperation challenges in data science. The workshop will focus on understanding how to leverage respective strengths of humans and computers along the data science pipeline and in a wide range of data science tasks and real-life applications.
CHI professors Eduard Dragut and Slobodan Vucetic are co-organizing with Lucian Popa and Yunyao Li from IBM Research Almaden the 2rd Workshop on Data Science with Human in the Loop @ NAACL 2021. The goal of this workshop is to stimulate research on understanding how to optimize human-computer cooperation and minimize human effort along the NLP pipeline in a wide range of NLP tasks and real-world applications.
Slobodan Vucetic, Eduard Dragut, Donald Hantula, and Matt Tincani from Temple are teaming up with Sungsoo Hong from George Mason on a new NSF grant “Personalized Virtual Job Assistants to Prepare Individuals with Neurodevelopmental Disabilities for Entry Level IT Jobs'. This project brings together an interdisciplinary team of researchers with expertise in data science, software engineering, human-computer interaction, behavioral science, and special education, who will collaborate with vocational programs and employers to transform the current state of employment for young adults with mild to moderate neurodevelopmental disabilities.
CHI professors Eduard Dragut and Slobodan Vucetic have been co-organizing with Lucian Popa and Yunyao Li from IBM Research a series of workshops about Data Science with Human in the Loop.Learn More
We are involved in a range of projects addressing fundamental questions in artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, and data science, as well as in applied interdisciplinary research.Learn More
Our core and affiliated faculty have a broad expertise in artificial intelligence, data science, human-computer interaction, natural language processing, computer vision, robotics, and cognitive science.Learn More
If you are looking for research collaboration
CHI mission is to foster research collaborations to use artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, machine learning, cognitive computing, natural language processing, computer vision, and information retrieval in various disciplines and to advance the state of the art in the areas of our core expertise. We are interested in collaborative and interdisciplinary activities ranging from ad-hoc studies to developing large-scale joint research proposals.
If you need our expertise
Our core and affiliated faculty are doing cutting edge research and development and have broad and diverse expertise in areas related to hybrid intelligence. CHI provides its expertise to individual and organizations at Temple University, Greater Philadelphia, nationally, and internationally. It aims to engage in research and development projects with academia, government, and industry partners. We will be happy to talk to you and see how we can help! Please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are interested in corporate partnership
CHI aims to develop mutually beneficial corporate partnerships and engage in short term and long term collaborations. CHI provides access to its human and computational resources and to its talented undergraduate and graduate students. We provide a range of services ranging from consulting to research projects to software development. We translate our research into new products and services. We are developing customized courses and programs for professional training and continued education.