Tony Zhang

Tony Zhang
fortiss · Human-Centered Engineering

Master of Science
Human-AI Interaction, Human-Centered AI

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Supporting pilots with a decision support tool (DST) during high-workload scenarios is a promising and potentially very helpful application for AI in aviation. Nevertheless, design requirements and opportunities for trustworthy DSTs within the aviation domain have not been explored much in the scientific literature. To address this gap, we explore...
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As the aviation industry is actively working on adopting AI for air traffic, stakeholders agree on the need for a human-centered approach. However, automation design is often driven by user-centered intentions, while the development is actually technology-centered. This can be attributed to a discrepancy between the system designers’ perspective an...
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Decision support systems based on AI are usually designed to generate complete outputs entirely automatically and to explain those to users. However, explanations, no matter how well designed, might not adequately address the output uncertainty of such systems in many applications. This is especially the case when the human-out-of-the-loop problem...
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Given the opaqueness and complexity of modern AI algorithms, there is currently a strong focus on developing transparent and explainable AI, especially in high-stakes domains. We claim that opaqueness and complexity are not the core issues for end users when interacting with AI. Instead, we propose that the output uncertainty inherent to AI systems...
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With Maker-friendly environments like the Arduino IDE, embedded programming has become an important part of STEM education. But learning embedded programming is still hard, requiring both coding and basic electronics skills. To understand if a different programming paradigm can help, we developed Flowboard, which uses Flow-Based Programming (FBP) r...
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We address the estimation of biomechanical parameters with wearable measurement technologies. In particular, we focus on the estimation of sagittal plane ankle joint stiffness in dorsiflexion/plantar flexion. For this estimation, a novel nonlinear biomechanical model of the lower leg was formulated that is driven by electromyographic signals. The m...
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Electrical impedance tomography (EIT) provides global and regional information about ventilation by means of relative changes in electrical impedance measured with electrodes placed around the thorax. In combination with lung function tests, e.g. spirometry and body plethysmography, regional information about lung ventilation can be achieved. Imped...

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