Author: Fatemeh Alizadeh

Talk of Dr. Theresa Tanenbaum on “The Limits of Our Imagination”

In the third guest lecture of our series “Sci-Fi and the Future of AI”, we invite you to attend Dr. Theresa Tanenbaum ‘s lecture on the limits of our imagination: Design Fiction as a strategy for engaging with Dystopian Futures. This talk will explore how science fiction and design fiction shape the collective public understanding…
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Talk of Yu-Ting Cheng: Video

For those who may have missed the second lecture in our Sci-Fi lecture series this semester. Here you can find the the recorded video of it. Yu-Ting Cheng explores the role of voice assistants in sci-fi movies and what we can learn from them for future design ideas.

Dr. Philipp Jordan Talk’s Video

For those who may have missed the first lecture in our Sci-Fi lecture series this semester. Here you can find the the recorded video of it. Dr Philipp Jordan explains his research approach to Past Intersections and Future Opportunities for Science Fiction for Computer Science Research and Education.

Talk of Yu-Ting Cheng on “Exploring Roles of Sci-fi Voice Agents”

Sci-fi is not only based on fantasy, but is also a social reflection on technology, which in turn can inspire design researchers to understand and speculate on the complexity of VCAs. To broaden the scope in designing different relationships, Yu-Ting Cheng will share in her talk how they have drawn design insights from their film…
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Talk of Dr. Philipp Jordan on “Past Intersections and Future Opportunities für Science Fiction for Computer Science Research and Education”

The Human-Centered AI group of the chair of Consumer Informatics is once again hosting a keynote series. The theme of this series is “Science Fiction and the Future of AI”. Our first speaker “Dr. Philipp Jordan” will talk about “Past Intersections and future opportunities of science fiction for computer science research and education”. Philipp Jordan…
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„I Don’t Know, Is AI Also Used in Airbags?

New publication by Fatemeh Alizadeh, Gunnar Stevens and Margarita Esau on contemporary consumer perceptions of artificial intelligence in i-com. Abstract: In 1991, researchers at the center for the Learning Sciences of Carnegie Mellon University were confronted with the confusing question of “where is AI?” from users, who were interacting with artificial intelligence (AI) but did…
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