Meike Zehnle was accepted for presenting her research on conversational survey interfaces at the TMS conference that will take place virtually in November 2021.

Meike Zehnle, doctoral candidate at the IBT, was accepted for presenting her research on conversational survey interfaces at the Technology, Mind and Society(TMS) conference that will take place virtually in November 2021.

The TMS conference is hosted by the American Psychological Association and brings together researchers who study the dynamics of human-technology interaction. The work that Meike will present focuses on the emergence of conversational AI as data collection instruments. In a series of experimental studies spanning different contexts, she provides evidence that participants who complete a survey using a conversational survey interface are more involved, like the research entity more, and provide their insights quicker than participants using a traditional survey instrument. As such, her findings imply that conversational AI might substantially improve the future of surveying. Meike is excited to discuss her results with like-minded researchers at the TMS conference.

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