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FAC: International Conference on Foundations of Augmented Cognition

Years2005-
LinkUmbrella Conference Series Home Page
IdentifiersC.FAC - DBLP
DescriptionAugmented Cognition is an emerging field of science that seeks to extend a user's abilities via computational technologies, which are explicitly designed to address bottlenecks, limitations, and biases in cognition and to improve decision making capabilities. The goal of Augmented Cognition science and technology is to develop computational methods and neurotechonology tools that can account for and accommodate information processing bottlenecks inherent in human-system interaction (e.g., limitations in attention, memory, learning, comprehension, visualization abilities, and decision making), and can extend, the information management capacity of individuals working within their dynamically changing, stressful operational environments. The conference objective is to provide an international forum for the dissemination and exchange of scientific information on theoretical, generic, and applied issues of Augmented Cognition.
NotesHeld as part of the HCI International Conference
Edition Year Dates Location Website HCIBib Links Papers Pages
3 2007 07-22 / 07-27 Beijing, China 51 448
5 2009 07-19 / 07-24 San Diego, California 94 845
6 2011 07-09 / 07-14 Orlando, Florida 75 666
7 2013 07-21 / 07-26 Las Vegas, Nevada 84 796
8 2014 06-22 / 06-27 Heraklion, Crete, Greece 34 372
9 2015 08-02 / 08-07 Los Angeles, California 79 837