What kinds of conversations should we have with robots?Sherry Turkle’s book “Reclaiming Conversations” looks into how machines are replacing human roles and functions and the consequences of this. Turkle explains how we as humans forget […]
I’m thinking about the role of the designer in the age of automation.
I’m thinking about the capabilities of machine learning.
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“To design for sociocultural intervention ethically necessitates the inclusion and participation of the groups for whom the intervention is ‘for’; the concept of designing ‘for’ or ‘at’ counterintuitive when one must design ‘with’ the participating demographic.”
As we enter this Ai driven future, our role as designers will be crucial for designing products that tell the whole story.
Are humanity’s self-generated problems so wicked that we need superintelligent machines to solve them?
Should machines make subjective decisions for us?
Imagine a world of completely transparent connected thoughts stored in the “cloud” that we all have access to at any moment.