Human Factors Weekly News
Welcome to the Human Factors Cast Weekly News Roundup, a weekly roundup of all news related to Human Factors, Psychology, Design, and Technology as it relates to humans. These stories are selected as potential topics for Human Factors Cast'sweekly podcast. Want this in your RSS/Feed reader? Grab our RSS Feed here.
This week we have some great top stories about automated vehicles, video games, and crowd perception. It's a mix of a variety of topics (our favorite thing to see) and we can wait to see what we'll end up talking about on the show. Unfortunately, these stories wont be on the show for at least a month due to our summer schedule, but you can bet that we're excited to chat about these!
Our Top News Stories
These consist of news stories that we feel have enough substance to them to justify a 20-30 minute segment on the podcast. OurPatreonsdecide which topics we discuss on the show from these types of news stories.
- Video games can help boost children’s intelligence
- How we perceive crowds
- It will soon be easy for self-driving cars to hide in plain sight. We shouldn’t let them.
- Passenger Lands Plane After Pilot Gets Sick
Human Factors News
These consist of news stories that have a human factors application, but may just be a brief one-liner (e.g. not a whole lot to talk about but cool enough for us to share).
- The FCC Wants to Put Wi-Fi on School Buses
- These AI-powered watchdogs are here to keep your workplace workers safe(r)
- DeepMind’s new AI can perform over 600 tasks, from playing games to controlling robots
- DOJ warns that misuse of algorithmic hiring tools could violate accessibility laws
- A quick guide to the most important AI law you’ve never heard of
Peer Reviewed Human Factors Journal Articles (Paywalled)
These consist of human factors related peer reviewed journal articles that require a paywall to see.
- Influence Mechanism of Implementation Intentions from the Perspective of Time and Space in Mobile Shopping
- Effects of Social Media Self-Efficacy on Informational Use, Loneliness, and Self-Esteem of Older Adults
- Gamification Aspects of Fitness Apps: Implications of mHealth for Physical Activities
- mHealth Adoption Among Older Chinese Adults: A Conceptual Model With Design Suggestions
- The Importance of Security Matters for Quality of Experience in Mobile Web Context
- Recovery of Cognitive Performance Following Multi-Stressor Military Training
- Manually Acquiring Targets From Multiple Viewpoints Using Video Feedback
- Older Adult Patients and Care Partners as Knowledge Brokers in Fragmented Health Care
- Interactions in Sociotechnical Systems: Achieving Balance in the Use of an Augmented Reality Mobile Application
- An Attentive Blank Stare Under Simulator-induced Spatial Disorientation Events
- A Window Into the Tired Brain: Neurophysiological Dynamics of Visuospatial Working Memory Under Fatigue
- Guidelines for Treatments to Mitigate Opposite Direction Crashes
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