Evaluation of Open AI GPT-2 as a health chatbot

We explore Open AI GPT-2 as a potential solution to generative chatbot model supporting therapist-patient interaction. Lu Wang

Privacy control in conversational agent development

We investigate existing conversational agent development platforms to understand the level of privacy control over user data a

Ageism on Twitter

We investigate how ageism is exercised or called out in Twitter data with COVID19 related hashtags between 3/1-6/30/2020. Fund

Investigating the role of laugh and humor in chatbots

The goal of this project is to understand the role of laugh and humor in chatbots to provide implications for designing health

Common Shortcomings in Applying User-Centered Design for Digital Health

We discuss lessons learned on common shortcomings in applying user-centered design for digital health. Published in the July-S

Symposium accepted to Gerontological Society of America

The symposium, as part of GSA 2020, presents four projects on technology use of older adults and caregivers. Abstract. Innovat

Received Faculty Summer Research Award

We are interviewing older adults to understand personal information management in family memory. The findings will bring impli

Received student funding to examine ageism on Twitter

With Kristine Mulhorn, Chris Yang, and Shushi Yoshinaga, we are analyzing COVID-19 related Tweets collected between 3/1/2020-6

Seed grant received to develop fluid intake tracking app for older adults in senior homes

With Rose Ann DiMaria-Ghalili and Arun Ramakrishnan, as part of the Cell2Society Aging Research Network, we received a seed gr

Seed grant received to analyze older adults’ technology adoption patterns over time

As part of the Cell2Society Aging Research Network, our team with Rose Ann DiMaria-Ghalili at the College of Nursing and Healt

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