June 2022 Links

Papers, articles, and proceedings worth a look.

Using Semantics of Textbook Highlights to Predict Student Comprehension and Knowledge Retention

What if we could predict how a student will perform on a test ahead of time? This paper introduces a model that infers students likely test performance based on their highlighting behaviour of relevant study material.

Authors: David Y. J. Kim, Tyler Scott, Debshila Mallick, Michael Mozer

DOI: None

Open Access: Yes

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Adapting Security Warnings to Counter Online Disinformation

Warning users about disinformation online continues to be a challenging issue. Could the answer be found by turning to other fields such as the work being done in browser security warnings?

Authors: Ben Kaiser, Jerry Wei, Eli Lucherini, Kevin Lee, J. Nathan Matias, Jonathan Mayer

DOI: 10.48550/arXiv.2008.10772

Open Access: Yes

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Who needs explanation and when? Juggling explainable AI and user epistemic uncertainty

As AI has become more ingrained in our daily lives, there has been calls to ensure that AI decision making is clear and transparent. This paper suggests however that explainable AI can have an adverse effect on user behaviour unless multiple factors are considered.

Authors: Jinglu Jiang, Surinder Kahai, Ming Yang

DOI: 10.1016/j.ijhcs.2022.102839

Open Access: No

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