Jin-Hee Lee

Jin-Hee Lee

Human Computer Interaction Expert

Biography

Jin-Hee Lee’s background spans from computer science to social psychology to classical music to design, her studies fueling her passion for people and human connection. At Stanford University, she double majored in Symbolic Systems (Human-Computer Interaction concentration) and Music (Vocal Performance concentration) as an undergraduate student and completes her Master’s in Computer Science this year.

She has worked in product management and computer science education, seeing first-hand how technology does not exist in isolation from the humans who build it, use it, are affected by it in one way or another. Jin-Hee has taught as a student in the Stanford Computer Science department for more than 3 years, including in her position of course assistant for the department’s introductory design thinking course. As she completes her coursework, she looks forward to building projects around human behavior, online systems, and artificial intelligence.

Where AI Meets Humankind: The Importance of HCI in AI

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a crucial lens that informs the technology we build, the way we build it, and whom to consider in the process. When we discuss responsible AI, then, we can see the crucial role of HCI in the development and adoption of AI.

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