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INFO 693 Human–Artificial Intelligence Interaction 3.0 Credits

As AI becomes more broadly embedded in technologies used by people, it is increasingly important to consider human-AI interaction design as part of the AI system development process. This class introduces the unique design challenges presented by AI. It explores questions of usability and user experience specific to AI systems, and it reflects more broadly on the relationship between humanity and emerging technologies. Students will practice skills in design, research, and writing relevant to the human side of AI. Topics include interactive system design, speculative design, algorithmic fairness, explainable AI, human augmentation/amplification, data ownership, and AI ethics. No programming experience required.

College/Department: College of Computing and Informatics
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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