Carnegie Mellon University's Human-Computer Interaction Institute will host its first Demo Day on Thursday, April 13. Starting at 2 p.m., the institute will open its labs and share ongoing research, present demonstrations and give talks to friends, fellow researchers, industry partners and community members. The event will culminate in a student poster session and evening reception.
Since 1994, the HCII has led innovative interactions between people and technology. Demo Day will continue that tradition by connecting groundbreaking work from HCII faculty and students with the rest of the CMU and Pittsburgh communities.
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