About AIspace

AIspace Developers:
dot Saleema Amershi
dot Nicole Arksey
dot Mike Cline
dot Wesley Coelho
dot André Gagné
dot Samad Kardan
dot Byron Knoll
dot Janine Li
dot Kevin O'Neill
dot Mike Pavlin
dot Kyle Porter
dot Joseph Roy Santos
dot Shinjiro Sueda
dot Leslie Tung
dot Audrey Yap
dot Regan Yuen

The tools were written under the guidance of:
dot Giuseppe Carenini
dot Cristina Conati
dot Peter Gorniak
dot Holger Hoos
dot Jacek Kisyński
dot Alan Mackworth
dot David Poole

AIspace Video:

Got 60 seconds? Check out the AIspace video [YouTube link]. The music in the video is by Ehma.

AIspace Papers:
dot Kardan, S., Conati, C. 2011 A Framework for Capturing Distinguishing User Interaction Behaviours in Novel Interfaces. In Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Educational Data Mining (EDM 2011), pp. 159-168.
dot Knoll, B., Kisyński, J., Carenini, G., Conati, C., Mackworth, A., Poole, D. 2008. AIspace: Interactive Tools for Learning Artificial Intelligence. In Proceedings of the AAAI 2008 AI Education Workshop.
BibTeX, presentation slides
dot Amershi, S., Carenini, G., Conati, C., Mackworth, A., and Poole, D. 2008. Pedagogy and Usability in Interactive Algorithm Visualizations - Designing and Evaluating CIspace. Interacting with Computers - The Interdisciplinary Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 20 (1): pp. 64-96.
dot Amershi, S., Arksey, N., Carenini, G., Conati, C., Mackworth, A., Maclaren, H., and Poole, D. 2005. Designing CIspace: Pedagogy and Usability in a Learning Environment for AI. In Proceedings of The ACM/SIGCSE Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education (ITiCSE 2005), pp. 178-182.
BibTeX, presentation slides
dot Amershi, S., Arksey, N., Carenini, G., Conati, C., Mackworth, A., Maclaren, H., and Poole, D. 2005. Fostering Student Learning and Motivation: an Interactive Educational Tool for AI. UBC Technical Report TR-2005-06.
dot Poole, D., and Mackworth, A. 2001. CIspace: Tools for Learning Computational Intelligence. In Proceedings of the IJCAI Workshop on Effective Interactive AI Resources.

Related Papers:

Amershi, S., and Conati, C. 2007. Unsupervised and supervised machine learning in user modeling for intelligent learning environments. In Proceedings of the 2007 International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, 72-81.

dot Amershi, S., and Conati, C. 2006. Automatic Recognition of Learner Groups in Exploratory Learning Environments. In Proceedings of Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITS 2006), 463-472.

Gorniak, P., and Poole, D. 2000. Predicting future user actions by observing unmodified applications. In Proceedings of the Seventeenth National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI 2000).


Gorniak, P., and Poole, D. 2000. Building a stochastic dynamic model of application use. In Proceedings of the Sixteenth Conference on Uncertainty in Artificial Intelligence (UAI 2000).

dot AAAI 2008 AI Education Workshop Poster
dot e-Learning Open House 2008 Poster
dot ASI 2004 Poster

Experimental Data:
dot Raw Pedagogical and Usability Study Data
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