Humans and Bots Thurs 8th June 2017, York

Marc Paulina

Marc Paulina

Interaction Designer, Google

Marc is a user experience Designer at Google, in which he has worked on second screen experiences for YouTube, predictive AI experiences for Google Now, and multimodal (voice and touch) conversational experiences for the Google Assistant on mobile and wearables.

Designing Intuitive Interfaces

Advances in AI, bots, robotics, internet of things and voice interaction among other emerging technologies are converging in interesting ways to provide opportunities for powerful new experiences.

There are a multitude of challenges to overcome in order to design intuitive interfaces between Humans and Bots. Human-centered design is all-the-more important as we find that experiences with bots are very much a pschyosocial interaction. And the ubiquity of access to bots across connected devices will surface new challenges for multimodal (voice and touch) interaction, from talking to a conversational agent on your mobile, your smartwatch, your TV, in your car and beyond.

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Taking place in Central Methodist Church, a grade 2 listed building just a stone’s throw from York’s most iconic street.

A UNESCO City of Media Arts, York is a beautiful place to spend the day (or longer) and is easily accessible by train from most of the UK.

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