CAHMP is part of the beginning of a new and transdisciplinary research field on to how to structure and optimize reciprocal relationships between humans and assistive computing systems.

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Funded GRA and undergraduate research opportunities are available at CAHMP. Please contact a faculty member of the center you are interested to work with for more details.

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Upcoming Events

Two Kinds of Minds: Rethinking Human-Machine Partnerships @ Van Metre Hall
Jan 27 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

What does it mean to work with intelligent machines in the 21st century? Our evolving relationship with autonomous systems has profound implications for individuals, businesses, and society-at-large. Join us for the kickoff of George Mason University’s Arlington Forward 20:20 Series, where we will explore these ideas with Two Kinds of Minds: Rethinking Human-Machine Partnerships. The event, hosted by Mason’s Center for Advancing Human-Machine Partnership (CAHMP), will convene experts and leaders from academia, industry, and government to create a dialogue about how we can ensure that advancements in AI research and policy benefit all sectors of our society.