Check out books by Lior Samson.
Eric Horvitz: Human AI partnership Anderson and Rainie: AI improving the world Tom Malone: People And computers (not vs) Stanford, MIT: Human-centered I
// How do we avoid centralization of computing and datasets? Human-centered training process, GPT-3. lessened control over the design process
Ben Shneiderman (2020) about designing robots with AI/HCI
New framing of AI as facilitator/moderator
Robots as collaborators : Belpaeme et al 2018
freddiemeter // transparent? still relies on google cloud.
retail deepcam - shoplifting alert // Ugh. how about encouraging the users express and use the AI to detect subtle cultural differences, context-dependent nuances.
Teacher avatar // cartoon VS real-life?
artificial multi-agent, self assembly. The Dod
Kriegman S et al 2020 - biological robots.
Adaptive electro-tactile feedback Tactile coding Micro-fluidic emerging surface??
WBSN - Shimmer
// Logistics: How do you get commercial products to use it? Create a standard protocol? Interopability?
Has handshake detection
Flickering on the web and you can choose Constant-period can only display a limited number of signs. Approximation: square waves, can display more.,
source code? working on mobile? what eeg device is needed?
Vibration syllables imitate the sylabic sounds of the platform: TWITTER, FACEBOOK and of names (Taanaakaa)
// Post-truth, what about patterns for a basic mutual understanding? There are none really.
The "valley of death" in health technology. There is a computational model for calculating Alzheimer disease staging // Is there an issue of signal and noise, where we are not giving enough of a spotlight to noise? statistical abstraction Heart rate monitor was showing electrical output and not actual heart beat which could be listened with statuscope. Smith & Koppel mental models.
Nice example of thematic analysis
Fitbit and birthday reminder this like the common commercial model of social media?
// Interesting that the feedback comes the day later, how does that compare to immediate feedback David mord northwestern, intervention design. Morning? Day after?