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Learn ways user experience research can help build responsible AI applications.

How User Experience Research (UXR) Can Help Build Responsible AI Applications?
  • UXR reveals the myriad of intended and unintended effects of apps on people’s life — and help build more ethical AI
  • The author talks about:
    • How to assess the impact of ML-apps on users and meet AI ethical standards?
    • Ethics in AI
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How User Experience Research (UXR) Can Help Build Responsible AI Applications?

One author’s thoughts on progress of behavioral sciences over the last 50 years and ways conversational AI and experience design revolutionize them.

Will Conversational AI and Experience Design Revolutionize the Behavioral Sciences?
  • The article covers:
    • Studies and surveys on behavioral sciences conducted over the last 50 years
    • The role of conversational AI in the modern world and its perks
    • Ways conversational AI and experience design might revolutionize behavioral sciences
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Will Conversational AI and Experience Design Revolutionize the Behavioral Sciences?

A Q&A with celebrated tech leader and design pioneer, Robb Wilson


Conversational AI Experiences Don’t Have to Suck
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Conversational AI Experiences Don’t Have to Suck

Designing a chatbot personality? Here are some tips that might help you do it.

How to Design a Chatbot Personality
  • The author believes personality to be the number one factor for increasing user engagement. And though your chatbot may be simple and basic, the people interacting with it tend to assign it a personality.
  • Unlike websites and mobile apps, which are designed to deliver the same experience for everyone, chatbots interact with people on a one-to-one basis.
  • The author suggests the following steps for designing a chatbot personality:
    • Start with the chatbot’s role
    • Flesh out the job description
    • Select your chatbot’s gender
    • Select your chatbot’s age
    • Create a thumbnail biography
    • Give your chatbot a name
    • Visualize your chatbot
    • Bring it to life!
  • Following this same procedure for every chatbot gives you enough of a foundation to then have the chatbot “take” a personality assessment test and then it’s just a matter of applying the personality type to your chatbot through the use of dialogue and emojis.
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How to Design a Chatbot Personality

An odyssey exploring two possible outcomes for civilization as conversational AI takes hold—one brimming with the bright possibilities of user-controlled data, the other, decidedly dystopian.

In the Garden of Hyperautomation
  • Henry Comes-Pritchett explores two possible futures of hyperautomation: a self-custodial utopia, and a data-driven dystopia.
  • Comes’-Pritchett takes readers on a journey inspired by a sneak peek at, Age of Invisible Machines, an upcoming book by celebrated tech leader and design pioneer, Robb Wilson.
  • A philosophical treatise starts an odyssey that spans the breadth of possible civilizations, meeting the average people that inhabit them and observing their trials and tribulations.
  • The reader is ultimately left to decide what state of affairs they would prefer, with a call to action inviting those willing to change the world to start doing the work now.
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AI Tale of Two Topias
Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs)
  • Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are interfaces for recording and processing neurological data and turning these data into an output.
  • Neurodata can be directly recorded, e.g., by a BCI, or indirectly recorded, e.g., an individual’s spinal cord.
  • There are particular privacy risks associated with BCIs that might need the following solutions:
    1. Encryption
    2. Local-first software
    3. Separation of data and compute (or edge computing)
    4. Access control layer
    5. Data cooperative
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