Anja Thieme, Ed Cutrell, Cecily Morrison, Alex Taylor, Abigail Sellen
Rapid development in AI technologies such as computer vision have enabled the robust perception of many aspects of our world, inviting tantalizing new experience designs. Yet these technology advances also raise many fundamental design considerations, as they become embedded in real-world applications. Designers must think carefully upon the dynamic between the person and the AI system they aim to create, and how that is realized through the design of an interpretable system. In this article, we reflect upon interpretability as a dynamic of human-AI interaction through sharing our design journey of developing an AI-enabled experience that provides ongoing information…
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