Carnegie Mellon University Research Study: Understanding Users' Transparency Needs in Wildbooks/Codex

Hey there!

We’re a group of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, and we’re on a mission to make AI decision-support systems even better, especially for Wild Me users.

We’d love to hear your thoughts and insights on the individual matching process and how we can bring more transparency and explainability to the interface. Your valuable feedback will help shape the future of Wild Me.

What’s in it for you?
While we can’t offer compensation, your participation can make a real impact. By sharing your experiences and ideas, you’re contributing to the improvement of Wild Me interfaces.

Who’s eligible?
Anyone aged 18 and above is welcome to participate!

How do I sign up?
We’re currently scheduling interviews for the month of November, and we’d be thrilled to chat with you. Interviews will last up to an hour.

If you’re interested in joining our study or have any questions, please review our consent form and schedule an interview session here.

Your input matters to us, and we can’t wait to hear from you!