On Monday 21st May 2018, Bournemouth University held the inaugural Assistive Living Technologies (ALT) Symposium at Talbot Campus. The Symposium was a fusion of research domains: Human Computer Interaction, Cyber‐Physical Systems, Robotics, Accessibility, Digital Health and Inclusion. The sponsor of the Symposium was EduWeb (EU Erasmus+ Project) which promotes digital inclusion within educational institutions, by providing a safe and creative web. The Symposium was organised by Dr Paul Whittington and Dr Huseyin Dogan from the Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Research Group. Read more…
Dr Nan Jiang’s research on designing user friendly CAPTCHA schemes for smart devices was featured in a recent article titled “CAPTCHA is dying. This is how it’s being reinvented for the AI age” at WIRED.com.
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For more detail about Nan’s research, please have a look at the CAPTCHA project page.
We have recently updated our SmartAbility project page with more detail.
We have recently updated our TAPCHA page to give a summary of our ongoing project since 2014. Please check it out.
Dr Nan Jiang, co-coordinator of BUCHI, was recently invited by Prof. Frank Wang at University of Kent to deliver a guest lecture on Cloud Computing and HCI.