Philip van Allen
We are moving toward an era of pervasive interactions with machine intelligence. Consider that increasing numbers of autonomous vehicles are mixing with pedestrians and traditional vehicles. Home IoT devices independently sense and act on our behalf. Co-bots work side by side with people. These new types of interactions are affecting our civic, domestic, and work lives in significant ways. But the tools for exploring potential effects are at best lacking and, in many cases, nonexistent. There is an urgent need to develop generative and effective methods that explore the consequences of design choices when creating AI systems, including consideration…
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