Mini: Are teams evolving before our own eyes? (Nancy Cooke and Stephen Fiore)
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced enterprises into distributed and remote work situations. There is no question that the team of 2019 is not going to be like the team of 2021. Does that mean that we witnessing an evolution of the definition of how teams perform and what is teamwork in those situations? Join MINDWORKS host, Daniel Serfaty, as he talks to Dr. Nancy Cooke, the Director of Arizona State University’s Center for Human, AI and Robot Teams, and Dr. Stephen Fiore, Director of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory at University of Central Florida, about the evolution of teams.Listen to the entire interview in The Magic of Teams 1: The ABCs of Teams with Nancy Cooke and Stephen Fiore
Mini: Is more communication better in teams? (Nancy Cooke and Stephen Fiore)
Effective communication can make or break a team. Most people would assume that more communication would lead to a better team. However, is that really the case: is more communication better in teams? Join MINDWORKS host, Daniel Serfaty, as he discusses this question with Dr. Nancy Cooke, the Director of Arizona State University’s Center for Human, AI and Robot Teams, and Dr. Stephen Fiore, Director of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory at University of Central Florida. Listen to the entire interview in Episode 7, The Magic of Teams Part 1: The ABCs of Teams.
Mini: Why should we study teams? (Nancy Cooke and Steve Fiore)
Since the age of AI is upon us, it begs the question: “how will humans and AI work together?” Before we can answer this question, we must understand how teams work in the first place. Join MINDWORKS host, Daniel Serfaty, as he talks to Dr. Nancy Cooke, the Director of Arizona State University’s Center for Human, AI and Robot Teams, and Dr. Stephen Fiore, Director of the Cognitive Sciences Laboratory at University of Central Florida, about the importance of studying teams.
Addressing human factors in product and system design goes beyond basic functionality and convenience. Nancy Cooke, Professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University, explains how anticipating human behavior and motivation, as well as AI abilities and limitations, should be at the core of decision making behind city planning, product engineering, and the creation of effective models for education and law enforcement.Hosted by Jeff Kavanaugh, VP and Head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute.
Join us for our bonus interview with Nancy Cooke from #HFES2018On this bonus episode, we interview Nancy Cooke about her research at the Center for Human, Artificial Intelligence, and Robot Teaming and the Past Presidents ForumTo follow more of Nancy's work, visit:https://isearch.asu.edu/profile/559491 https://globalsecurity.asu.edu/center-human-artificial-intelligence-and-robot-teamingSupport us on Patreon:www.patreon.com/humanfactorscastFollow us on LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/company/humanfactorscastFollow us on Twitter:www.twitter.com/HFactorsPodcastFollow us on Facebook:www.facebook.com/HumanFactorsCastFollow us on Soundcloud:@HumanFactorsCastOur official website:www.humanfactorscast.comFollow Nick:www.twitter.com/Nick_RoomeFollow Blake:www.twitter.com/DontPanicUXVideo/photo editing by Offlineable:www.youtube.com/user/offlineableJoin us on Slack:join.slack.com/t/hfcast/shared_i…FmYzRmNmNjYTdmYmQTake a deeper look into the human element in our ever changing digital world. Human Factors Cast is a podcast that investigates the sciences of psychology, engineering, biomechanics, industrial design, physiology and anthropometry and how it affects our interaction with technology. As an online source for human factors, psychology, and design news, Human Factors Cast is your essential resource for new, exciting stories in the field.
22A – Interview with Nancy Cooke, ASU, Team performance
The Perception & Action Podcast
A discussion with Nancy Cooke, Professor of Human Systems Engineering at Arizona State University. We discuss topics including how individual and team cognition differ, Nancy’s theory of Interactive Team Cognition, how teamwork is acquired, and how team performance changes under pressure. More information about my guest: http://poly.engineering.asu.edu/directory/nancy-cooke/ https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Nancy_Cooke2 https://www.linkedin.com/in/nancy-cooke-a6164aa More information: http://perceptionaction.com/ My Research Gate Page (pdfs of my articles) My ASU Web page Podcast Facebook page (videos, pics, etc) Twitter: @Shakeywaits Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Credits: The Flamin' Groovies - Shake Some Action Lo Fi is Hi Fi - I’m on a Talk Show Mark Lanegan - Saint Louis Elegy via freemusicarchive.org