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Carlos Castellanos, Xiao Zoe Fang, Paul Pangaro, and Eryk Salvaggio

#NewMacy Studio

So much of today’s technology manipulates and distorts the world we share. Yet “Today’s AI” could swing back toward our biological roots by presenting analogue interactional frameworks as countervailing examples. Novelty and choice, transparency and conversation can become new design patterns in a collection of concepts and working prototypes that inspire positive change. These exemplars in the form of interface designs and underlying algorithms will be offered to designers, students, teachers, and entrepreneurs as a more humane and richly rewarding alternative to today’s online experiences.

KEYWORDS: pandemics, wicked challenges, second-order cybernetics, systemic change, ontological security, conversation, ontogenetic resilience, recursive feedback.

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Citation Data

Author(s): Carlos Castellanos, Xiao Zoe Fang, Paul Pangaro, and Eryk Salvaggio
Year: 2022
Title: Pandemic of Today’s AI
Published in: Proceedings of Relating Systems Thinking and Design
Volume: RSD11
Article No.: 045
Host: University of Brighton
Location: Brighton, UK
Symposium Dates: October 3–16, 2022
First published: 30 September 2022
Last update: 30 April 2023
Publisher Identification: ISSN 2371-8404
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