Trust in AI-assisted Decision-Making

This is a study on Trust in AI-assisted decision-making (ADM) that takes the perspectives of the partictioners (those behind the system) and the decision subjects (those for whom the decision is made). This study presents interviews of people from these two groups in order to better understand the concept of trust in this context and… Continue reading Trust in AI-assisted Decision-Making

Habilitation Thesis

In 15 May 2023, Baptiste Caramiaux defended his habilitation thesis. This was an opportunity to look back over 10 years of research and to reflect on new topics addressed by the ARCOL project. Manuscript in PDF SummaryIn this habilitation I emphasise the importance of a perspective on machine learning (and artificial intelligence) technologies situated in… Continue reading Habilitation Thesis

Workshop Music and Technology #1

On Saturday 27 May, we organised a workshop around musical technological objects for children with autism. During the workshop, the children were able to make sound recordings either using physical objects with piezoelectric sensors installed on them, or using a microphone with which they could record their voices. Once a sound had been recorded, several… Continue reading Workshop Music and Technology #1

NIME 2023

New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME) is the primary conference in musical interactions and interfaces. NIME 2023 takes place in Mexico from May 31 to June 3. Check out the conference website: This year, we have two publications that will be presented at the conference, both by Théo Jourdan, post-doctoral researcher at ISIR, part… Continue reading NIME 2023


Seminar organised on May 15th at Sorbonne Université in Paris Technology is ubiquitous in our daily lives, be it personal, social, professional, medical. The aim of this seminar is thus to explore the cultures of technology, i.e. technology as situated rather than detached and decontextualised. In particular, this seminar will inspect artificial intelligence and machine… Continue reading Seminar

Presentation at the Conference on Cultures of Artificial Intelligence – New Perspectives for Museums

The Badischeslandes Museum organised a two-day conference on 1 and 2 December 2023 entitled “Conference on Artificial Intelligence Cultures – New Perspectives for Museums”. The aim was to discuss the use of artificial intelligence (AI) for museums and cultural heritage. The museum was to close its doors for renovations and take this time to digitise… Continue reading Presentation at the Conference on Cultures of Artificial Intelligence – New Perspectives for Museums

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Théo joined as Post-Doc

Théo Jourdan joined hold a PhD in Computer Science from INSA Lyon. His PhD focused on Privacy and transparency in learning systems for healthcare. Théo joined the project for a 18-month post-doc, starting Septembre 1st, 2023, where he will lead research in machine learning, music, and human-computer interaction. He will conduct fieldwork on the use… Continue reading Théo joined as Post-Doc

On Co-Learning

At the core of the ARCOL project resides the notion of co-learning. We see in this notion the idea that both a system and a human-user could learn cooperatively. The system learns how to provide the user with the appropriate sequence of movement tasks to perform, and the human-user learns through this adapted curriculum. Until… Continue reading On Co-Learning

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