SIG at CHI 2013, Wednesday May 1st – 9:00-10:20 http://chi2013.acm.org/program/by-day/
J. Hourcade (Univ. of Iowa, USA), L. Nathan (Univ. of British Columbia, CA), P. Zaphiris (Cyprus Univ. of Technology, CY), M. Zancanaro (FBK-irst, IT), E. Kapros (Trinity College, The Univ. of Dublin, IE), J. Thomas (IBM T. J. Watson Research, USA), D. Busse (Samsung, USA)
Computers are increasingly mediating the way people make decisions, including those that can have an effect on conflict and peace. In addition, recent research provides empirical data on the factors that affect the likelihood of armed conflict. These conditions provide an unprecedented opportunity to the human-computer interaction community to play a role in preventing, de-escalating, and recovering from conflicts. This SIG will be the first opportunity for CHI attendees to meet during the main part of the conference, share their ideas, and provide concrete ways to move forward with this line of research.