Human-AI Lab News

News and updates from the HAI group

    Launching Human Rhythms Study

    August 25, 2021

    The Human-AI Technology Lab is excited to announce the official launch of our new research study! We are seeking
    participants interested in improving their sleep, productivity, and overall wellness by participating in our
    study on Human Rhythms.


    Name change!

    June 28, 2021

    The group is changing our name! We were previously oganized as the Intellgent Human-Centered Computing (IHCC Lab). While our area remains focused on human and machine interface, we are changing to Human AI Technology, which reflects our exapanded emphasises on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

    PhD Student Opportunities

    December 11, 2019

    The Intelligent Human-Centered Computing (IHCC) lab at the University of Virginia is looking for PhD students in the area of ubiquitous computing, machine learning, and human-computer interaction focused on social good and health outcomes. The PhD applicants should have a strong background in computer science, machine learning and AI including data analysis skills.

    The IHCC lab aims to intelligently explore the patterns inherent to human behavior through machine learning and computational models of passive data streams. From this knowledge, we can make predictions about potential health outcomes and suggest individualized improvements to promote a healthier, happier community.

    TO APPLY: Please contact Dr. Afsaneh Doryab ( with qualifications and to discuss research fit.