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Wow, I met the inventor of "Couch to 5k" and didn't even know it! Amazing !
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Fascinating - Accenture wants to beat unfair AI and get rid of the bias, v much related to talk abou…
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loving what Oskar, our uber driver, did. it prompted a lovely conversation about Gdynia, our jobs and his studies.
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At my house, we give Josh a hard time for referring to himself as an "international fitness guru" ... but when the…
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Lovely to see less addictive tech and longer product lifespans emerge from , they go together actually. Emoti…
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Absurdist Dialogues with Siri
"I don’t want AI to reduce speech to function, to drive turn-by-turn dialogue doggedly toward a specific destination in the geography of our minds.

AI should not stunt the already dying art of conversation. AI should look to the best of our art and literature to create inspired conversation in our lives. Instead of the happy path, we should seek the interesting paths, as many of them as we might be lucky to stumble upon."
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Absurdist Dialogues with Siri
"The reality is most human communication these days occurs via technology, and with it comes a fiber-optic reduction, a binary flattening. A five-dimensional conversation and its undulating, ethereal pacing is reduced to something functional, driven, impatient. The American poet Richard Hugo said, in the midcentury, “Once language exists only to convey information, it is dying.”"
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Absurdist Dialogues with Siri
"Writing for AI, then, can be a bit like writing an absurdist play. You have a character, you have some goals in mind. But there’s no accounting for what the other characters, the humans, will say or do. If it’s the AI writer’s responsibility to get conversations back on track, what and where is that track? In other words, how do we determine what “happy” looks like?

The secret is, no one really knows.

If the highest goal in crafting dialogue for a fictional character is to capture the character’s truth, then the highest goal in crafting dialogue for AI is to capture not just the robot’s truth but also the truth of every human conversation.

Since this is currently impossible, this is where all the unhappy paths come in. I’m in favor of them. Absurdity and non sequiturs fill our lives, and our speech. They’re multiplied when people from different backgrounds and perspectives converse. So perhaps we should reconsider the hard logic behind most machine intelligence for dialogue. There is something quintessentially human about nonsensical conversations."
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I will boogie on back to NYC from a speaking gig in Philly. Would HATE to miss it!
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Anthropomorphic robots & designing emotional AI – of 's talk at . Also…
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Ever since moving to my new office (about a year ago?) I’ve been sitting all day. Very happy to be back to using a…
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Lots of love to all the incredible people of thanks for your wit, wonder, and kindness!
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I had the BEST time at . Learned so much, met the most inspiring people from all over the world and got to…
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Oh, and you did well not trying to defend Alexa to your partner ... think that was a wise move!
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finished, 3 days of inspiration and challenges, made me realise how much I know and how much I still have…
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I love (💯%) of "The Future of Voice" talk at

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That's a wrap! Huge thanks to our UX London family – attendees, speakers, sponsors, and team – for sharing the expe…
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on principles that still matter when machine learning gets applied as a "design material". Excel…
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Enjoyed this talk on design in the era of the algorithum. Agree on being loyal to the user, using tech transparentl…
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There’s always an emergent underlying theme at . Last year it was railing against world politics. This yea…
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Wow. Cautionary and inspiring talk from at 😍
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+1 >> reminding us to manifest and create the world we want.
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“Machines are eating us.” - . Thanks for your eyeopening talk! 🙌🏻
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A full crowd was in attendance for ’s workshop “Designing for What’s Next” today!
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End of day 2 at . Great workshop with on designing for what’s next. Lots of food for though…
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