Hello! I'm MarkUX researcher and designer
Taking on the World, One ML model at a Time
For all the hype for machine learning, no one seems to be talking about the design side. I became interested in AI when it became better at a task than human skill (using a CNN for image recognition) but since then I’ve noticed too often that the concentration has been on the tech instead the people it is supposed to be used for. I’ve been trying to fix that.
Too much of machine learning is either trying to push the boundaries of what is possible with no thought to how someone else can use it. The other side is irrational fear spread about AI. I’ve created this site to hopefully have a rational discussion to both of these problems.
In the vein of, you are not your user. For #machinelearning it is even more true since your app will interact at even a more personal level. Don’t forget to allot time for #uxresearch for ALL groups using your app. #designforai #designforall #UX #AI #artificialintelligence #ML pic.twitter.com/tELFjOlmeF
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