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ChatGPT can identify and describe human emotions in hypothetical scenarios.

Article by Marlynn Wei
ChatGPT Outperforms Humans in Emotional Awareness Test
  • New research found ChatGPT was able to outperform humans on an emotional awareness test.
  • Emotional awareness is the cognitive ability to conceptualize one’s own and others’ emotions.
  • Given the psychological risks of artificial intimacy, AI augmentation, and human-AI collaboration—keeping humans in the loop—will be a safer and more beneficial approach for now.
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Users attribute human-like qualities to chatbots, anthropomorphizing the AI in four distinct ways — from basic courtesy to seeing AI as companions.

Article by Sarah Gibbons
The 4 Degrees of Anthropomorphism of Generative AI
  • The article delves into a qualitative usability study of ChatGPT, uncovering degrees of AI anthropomorphism in user behaviors.
  • The authors identify four levels — Courtesy, Reinforcement, Roleplay, and Companionship — providing insights into how users interact with and perceive generative AI.

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8 min read

New ML models emerge hourly but this fast pace comes with drawbacks; hypothesis-driven development can help to mitigate those.

Article by Benjamin Thurer
The Inflation of AI: Is More Always Better?
  • The article challenges the need for the rapid growth of AI and ML models, highlighting risks and advocating for hypothesis-driven development to ensure meaningful contributions, enhance quality, and foster innovation in the AI community.
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7 min read

Use generative-AI tools to support and enhance your UX skills — not to replace them. Start with small UX tasks and watch out for hallucinations and bad advice.

Article by Kate Moran
AI for UX: Getting Started
  • The article delves into the urgent need for UX professionals to embrace AI, outlining tools, applications, and considerations.
  • The authors emphasize:
    • starting small;
    • gaining hands-on experience;
    • the symbiotic relationship between AI and human judgment in enhancing user experiences.

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16 min read

Generating AI images in multiple languages leads to different results.

Article by Yennie Jun
Lost in DALL-E 3 Translation
  • The article critically examines OpenAI’s DALL-E 3, the latest in AI image generation.
  • The author sheds light on the model’s prompt transformations, revealing language-specific variations, and biases, and a nuanced exploration of how this technology navigates issues of diversity and transparency.

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11 min read
Article by Keren Ruth Wong
The Power of Roleplay: Designing Gen AI Products that Pass the Gen Z Vibe Check
  • The article explores IDEO Play Lab’s innovative approach to understanding Gen Z’s perspectives on AI through roleplaying, shedding light on the emotional nuances and experiential aspects of AI design.
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