Min Kyung Lee mklee @ cs.cmu.edu Postdoctoral Fellow
Intelligent machines are radically changing the way people work. Software algorithms are used to manage human workers in services like Uber, Lyft, and Task Rabbit; robots work alongside people in offices, hospitals and small businesses; and telepresence allows experts such as doctors to remotely diagnose patients thousands of miles away. My research examines profound impacts that these technological advances make on work management, collaboration, and decisions. I draw from behavioral and decision science, organizational behavior, and design research to create a systematic understanding of and design principles for human-centered intelligent machines.
|Dec. 2014. Paper on algorithmic management accepted to CHI'15|
|Nov. 2014. My interview about the Roboceptionist research featured in The Atlantic|
|Nov. 2014. Visiting Seattle for a HRI'15 Program Committee meeting|
|Oct. 2014. Visited Univ. of Michigan for a MISC seminar|
|Aug. 2014. Paper on technological mediation, risk-taking & dehumanization accepted to CSCW'15|
|June. 2014. Attended the NSF/CRA 2025 New Making Renaissance: Programmable Matter and Things workshop in Napa Valley|