kit kuksenok studies socio-technical systems
- visual art
- code work (software development, data science)
- technology + society research
- Scholar profile
- Much of my scholarship in sociotechnical systems is informed by the concept or repair work, which entails "...an appreciation of the real limits and fragility of the worlds we
inhabit—natural, social, and technological... [And for the] ongoing activities by
which stability (such as it is) is maintained, the subtle arts of repair ... how sociotechnical forms and infrastructures, large and small,
get not only broken but restored"
(Jackson, "Rethinking Repair").
Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Text Analysis
- Kuksenok, K., & Martyniv, A. Evaluation and Improvement of Chatbot Text Classification Data Quality Using Plausible Negative Examples. arXiv preprint arXiv:1906.01910. Prepared for ACL 2019 workshop on Conversational AI
- Kuksenok, K., & Praß, N. Transparency in Maintenance of Recruitment Chatbots. arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.03640. Prepared for Bridging the Gap Between AI and HCI Workshop at CHI 2019, Saturday 4 May 2019
- Bangalore S, and Kuksenok K. "System and method for collaborative language translation." U.S. Patent No. 9,323,746. 26 Apr. 2016.
- Chen C, White L, Kowalewski T, Aggarwal R, Lintott C, Comstock B, Kuksenok K, Aragon C, Holst D, Lendvay T. Crowd-Sourced Assessment of Technical Skills: a novel method to evaluate surgical performance. J Surgical Res. 2014; 187(1): 65-71.
- Brooks M, Kuksenok K, et al. Statistical Affect Detection in Collaborative Chat. In Proceedings of the 2013 conference on Computer supported cooperative work. ACM, 2013.
- Scott T J, Kuksenok K, Brooks M, Aragon C. Adapting Grounded Theory to Construct A Taxonomy of Affect in Collaborative Online Chat. Proceedings of the 30th ACM international conference on Design of communication. ACM, 2012
Theory and Empirical Study of Sociotechnical Systems
- Code Work
- Emerging Uses of Technology in Society
- Technology and Health