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Tuesday, July 13, 2021

AI and Design Thinking

Interesting point.   I say all systems, analytics, processes, management have a 'design problem', they need to be applied properly to provide value.     All statistical and analytical methods were not understood by decision makers,  but still effectively used.  Same with AI.  But do design their use well.

AI has become a design problem

By Mark Rolston, argodesign

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AI is facing new calls for regulation now that it has emerged from the laboratory and is becoming more widely deployed across our daily lives. The public does not trust the technology. Nor should they. The problems are numerous, from understanding how the models actually work, controlling the data that feeds AI, and addressing growing distrust in those that wield this technology. Even companies themselves are unsure of how to safely and effectively use AI as part of their business.

The bulk of the discussion is currently centered on engineering. It’s understandable — artificial intelligence is a mysterious black box to many people, one assumed to be fixable only through lines of code and better data. But I want to argue that in order to truly understand and begin to master this technology, we must get better at seeing AI as a component of larger systems and design accordingly. Fundamentally, AI is not just a technology problem, it has become a design problem.   ... ' 

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