Danielle Wilde, Kristina Höök, Danielle Wilde
RE: A cry for more tech at CHI The Blogpost in the March + April issue of interactions by Kristina Höök, technical program chair for CHI 2012, struck a nerve. While the column starts out well, the direction it heads down isn't that fruitful. Here's my view: People don't bring tech to CHI because CHI doesn't respect tech (in pretty much any form: novel tech, systems that test new tech, among others). As a tech-oriented researcher, I cannot get papers published easily at CHI. I've had a few, but those were outliers that only "squeaked" in. The metrics CHI…
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