World Usability Day 2020
The event took place online in Zoom.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a trend topic. A buzzword that is commonly used for the replication and automation of intelligent behavior. Machines controlled by algorithms are often in direct competition with humans.
AI is a challenge for the user experience when it simulates decision structures based on pattern recognition.
There is probably hardly any other topic that is discussed so controversially and interdisciplinary.
Who Should Attend
The World Usability Day in Munich brings together professionals with interest for usability and user experience with one common objective: bringing awareness to holistic solutions and ensuring that the services and products important to life are easier to access and simpler to use.
The event will take place from 12:30pm to 6pm local time (Munich, Germany).
The program includes:
- Opening statement, Clemens Lutsch
- Naturalness vs. Artificiality – What is the Root of Technology?,
Patrick Stern (Fraunhofer IAO)
- Human-Centered AI through Empathic Machines,
Marco Maier (TAWNY)
- User Experience Design for Self-Driving Cars,
Dr. Anna-Katharina Frison (frisUX)
- The Fear of Artificial Intelligence,
Holger Schlemper (mediendesign AG)
- Draw4Success – Rather Think with the Pen,
Britta Ullrich (Xing GmbH & Co KG, vizworks.de)
- Closing statement, Clemens Lutsch
The detailed program in German is available at the event web site.
This event is organized by local user experience professionals on a voluntary basis with the support of German UPA.
[DE] German (Deutsch)