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Individual Appropriation of Learning Management Systems — Antecedents and Consequences
IT support in the learning process constitutes a key factor for the success of innovative teaching/learning scenarios. To ensure learning success in innovative teaching/learning scenarios, learners need to faithfully apply learning management systems (LMS). However, we lack theoretical insights into which factors affect whether they do so. To help solve this issue, we first used adaptive structuration theory to identify antecedents and consequences regarding faithful LMS appropriation and embed them into a theoretical ...
Same Same But Different? A Two-Foci Perspective on Trust in Information Systems
Trust is one of the most important factors driving the adoption and use of information systems. The goal of this paper is to provide a first evaluation of a conceptual piece claiming a) that users distinguish between their trust in an IS and the provider of this IS and b) that both kinds of trust are important for the success sustainable success of IS providers. To evaluate the claims, a research model is developed and evaluated using data of 234 students during the introduction of a new IS at an European university. ...
Unlocking Transfer Learning in Argumentation Mining: A Domain-Independent Modelling Approach
(GITO Verlag, 2020)
Argument identification is the fundamental block of every Argumentation Mining pipeline, which in turn is a young upcoming field with multiple applications ranging from strategy support to opinion mining and news fact-checking. We developed a model, which is tackling the two biggest practical and academic challenges of the research field today. First, it addresses the lack of corpus-agnostic models and, second, it tackles the problem of human-labor-intensive NLP models being costly to develop. We do that by suggesting ...
Gestaltung smarter persönlicher Assistenten zwischen Rechtsverträglichkeit und Dienstleistungsqualität
(Gesellschaft für Informatik e.V. (GI), 2019)
Smarte persönliche Assistenten von Amazon, Google und zahlreichen anderen Anbietern ermöglichen es, qualitativ hochwertige elektronische Dienstleistungen anzubieten. Gleichzeitig bringen diese Systeme auch viele Risiken mit sich. Berichte von diskriminierenden oder unverständlichem Systemverhalten häufen sich und verursachen Skepsis in der Gesellschaft. Diesen Problemen kann mit einer gleichermaßen rechtsverträglichen und qualitätsorientierten ITGestaltung entgegengewirkt werden. In diesem Beitrag werden Rechtsvert ...
Machines as teammates: A research agenda on AI in team collaboration
What if artificial intelligence (AI) machines became teammates rather than tools? This paper reports on an international initiative by 65 collaboration scientists to develop a research agenda for exploring the potential risks and benefits of machines as teammates (MaT). They generated 819 research questions. A subteam of 12 converged them to a research agenda comprising three design areas – Machine artifact, Collaboration, and Institution – and 17 dualities – significant effects with the potential for benefit or harm. ...