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What AI means for UX

20
Jul
2017

6:30 pm

Location TBC

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This night will cover how AI, chatbots, drones and UX are working together to transform the field.

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The evening will run as follows:

18:30 – 19:00 – Networking with drinks and nibbles

19:00 – 21:00 – Presentations

21:00 – 21:30 – Networking

 

What AI means for UX

Speaker

AI opens exciting new avenues for user experience and is already transforming the field. We explore the landscape of UX for cutting edge deep learning systems, exposing the challenges and opportunities for designers and engineers in partnership.

About James

James Clemoes is a Machine Learning engineer at Cambridge Consultants. He builds real-world deep learning systems, from training neural networks through to designing meaningful experiences for end clients.
James has bought his passion for audio/video into his deep learning day job, leading user design on all AI capability demo systems and commercial projects. He works in the Digital Greenhouse team, dedicated to bringing cutting edge techniques online from our own research and the field.’

The Role of UX Design In AI

Speaker

History repeats itself, as more and more companies venture into the world of AI and Chatbots, there is very little consideration of the end user. The challenge is to find a way to test these systems before we implement them. How do we gather the valuable insights we need just like every other aspect of design. Come and see how we approach AI and Chatbot design at Saberr.

About Tom

Tom Woodel is an interaction designer with a background in UI design, having worked in both digital consultancies in corporate finance to small startups in London. Tom is currently the UX Lead at Saberr, a startup developing an Artificial Intelligence to help coach teams to work well together. He can also be found teaching UX Design and design software at General Assembly, a tech education company, as well as mentoring people just breaking into a career in UX.

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