In the age of digitally connected systems, automation and artificial intelligence, the design of the interface between humans and technology and an enjoyable and accepted human-technology cooperation play key roles.
NeuroLab researchers working in this field address the following topics:
- How can enjoyment of work and subjective well-being be fostered in the age of artificial intelligence and automation?
- Which thought processes and behaviors promote positive experiences in interactions with technology?
- How high is the cognitive load while working?
- What characteristics must interfaces between humans and technology have in order to enable humans to deal better with information – i.e. to learn better or make better decisions?
Work in the NeuroLab is also focused on systematically fostering human strengths. We research concepts and methods
- to enable work to be perceived as motivating and conducive to learning.
- that foster positive emotions and can improve overall happiness at work.
- for develop intelligent interfaces between humans and technology.