The AMCIS 2023 HCI Track will provide a forum for AIS members to present, discuss and explore a wide range of issues related to Human-Computer Interaction and Information Systems. Human Computer Interaction (HCI) is an interdisciplinary area that has attracted researchers, educators, and practitioners from several disciplines. It essentially deals with the design, evaluation, adoption, and use of information technology, with a common focus on improved user performance and experience. New and exciting research opportunities are emerging, including issues and challenges concerning people’s interactions with various information technologies that can be examined from an organizational, managerial, psychological, social, or cultural perspective. This track welcomes papers that aim at advancing our understanding of human‐computer interaction at the individual, work group, organization, or society levels. Submissions may use any type of research method.

Track Chairs
Dezhi Wu, University of South Carolina,
Jeff Jenkins, Brigham Young University,
Miguel Aguirre-Urreta, Florida International University,

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Thursday, August 10th
12:00 AM

ChatGPT and GPTZero in Research and Social Media: A Sentiment- and Topic-based Analysis

Maximilian Heumann, Leibniz University Hannover
Tobias Kraschewski, Leibniz University Hannover
Michael H. Breitner, Leibniz University Hannover

12:00 AM

Consumer Participation in Virtual Product Design: 2D vs 3D Product Configurators

Inaiya Armeen, University of Alabama
Ross B. Niswanger, University of Houston - Clear Lake
eric walden, Texas Tech University

12:00 AM

Conversational Agents in Service Context: Towards a Classification of Human-like Design Expectations

Fabian Hildebrandt, Technische Universität Dresden
Sascha Lichtenberg, Technisch Universität Dresden
Alfred Benedikt Brendel, Technisch Universität Dresden
Johannes Riquel, University of Goettingen
David Dechant, University of Goettingen
Fabian Bönig, University of Goettingen

12:00 AM

D&L: A Natural Language Processing Based Approach for Protecting Sensitive Information from Shoulder Surfing Attacks

Marran Aldossari, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Dongsong Zhang, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

12:00 AM

Designing forecasting software for forecast users: Empowering non-experts to create and understand their own forecasts

Richard Stromer, Stanford University
Oskar Triebe, Stanford University
Elijah Kim, Stanford University
Bernhard Hausleitner, Technical University of Munich
Charlotte Kobiella, Center for Digital Technology & Management
Chad Zanocco, Stanford University
Ram Rajagopal, Stanford University

12:00 AM

Emotion in Motion: Experiment on Affective Responses to Virtual Realities

Elpida Bampouni, Tampere University
Nannan Xi, Tampere University
Juho Hamari, Tampere University

12:00 AM

Extended Review on the User Evaluation of Teleoperation Interfaces for Professional Service Robots

Gaayathri Sankar, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Soussan Djamasbi, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Norbou Buchler, U.S. Army Research Laboratory
Jane Li, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Jing Xiao, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

12:00 AM

Formative Validity of A Novel Authentication Artifact for Augmented and Virtual Realities

Christopher Kreider, Dakota State University
Omar El-Gayar, Dakota State University

12:00 AM

Shaping the Future of Safety and Mobility Experience: A Design Theory for Augmented Automotive Spaces

Martin Böhmer, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg
Victor-Alexander Mahn, DENKUNDMACH
Stephan Kuehnel, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg
Johannes Damarowsky, Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg

12:00 AM

The Effects of Digital Nudging on User Satisfaction in Online Customization

Shouwang Lu, Renmin University of China
Kanliang Wang, Renmin University of China

12:00 AM