Niels van Berkel, Mikael Skov, Jesper Kjeldskov
With the rise in artificial intelligence (AI)—driven interactive systems, both academics and practitioners within human-computer interaction (HCI) have a growing focus on human-AI interaction. This has resulted in, for example, system-design guidelines and reflections on the differences and challenges when designing for AI-driven interaction as opposed to more-traditional applications . We argue that the current work on human-AI interaction is defined primarily by a focus on what we refer to as intermittent interaction scenarios, in which there is a clear line between the human initiator of an interaction and an almost immediate system response. However, user interaction with AI…
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