The practice of the UX of AI has been going on for a while. The origins-of-AI summer at Dartmouth was in 1956. HCI's SIGCHI has turned 40, with CHI as a conference officially starting in 1983. This forum, focused on the intersection of UX and AI, has been running for two and a half years in ACM Interactions, a blip in a decades-long history. Human-centered machine learning has also been around for decades at the least. The first edition of AI & Society journal came out in 1987 (https://link.springer.com/journal/146/volumes-and-issues/1-1), and it included articles about "AI and accountability," "socially useful…
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