Cynthia Sear

Cynthia Sear
University of Melbourne | MSD

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Interactions with intelligent systems have become common in domestic and professional life. However, little is known about how pilots, who already work in a highly automated environment, envisage using intelligent systems in their work environment. This preliminary analysis investigates pilots' needs and wants for digital flight assistants (DFAs) t...
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The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has changed the way we imagine and experience our bodily boundaries. While previously we may have believed our body to be discrete and bounded by our skin, the latest medical advice has awakened us to the porous nature of our bodies. The virus, we have learnt, may enter our body through our mouths, nose and eyeba...

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The project studies how pilots' cultural expectations will affect their acceptance and use of digital flight assistants, i.e. voice activated technologies (not too different from Alexa or Siri) that, one day, might replace co-pilots. https://law.unimelb.edu.au/centres/caide/research/from-pockets-to-cockpits