Short argument: when talking about automation, it’s important to define what level we mean. There are at least three levels: automation within a professional task = this level deals with understanding how automation impacts people’s work, e.g., replacing them or boosting their productivity (both the good and the bad) automation within an organization = this […]
Notes from a CHI2018 workshop: creativity is not an excuse for ignorance software doing part of your work might be more work errors from the developers are cascading in the system never trust the marketing aspect of automation frictions in the promise of automation automation surprises automation was expected to have better consistent behavior automation […]
Did you ever want to climb Mount Everest? If you did, you would have to split such a goal into many tasks: You would first need to find out what resources are needed for it, who could help you, how to prepare mentally and physically, etc. You would come up with a list of tasks […]
This report was created by Joni Salminen and Catherine R. Sloan. Publication date: December 10, 2017. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are becoming more influential in society, as more decision-making power is being shifted to algorithms either directly or indirectly. Because of this, several research organizations and initiatives studying fairness of AI and machine […]
Thoughts on algorithms.