This article is a part of a series of articles called BookBites (in collaboration with Tanishqa Bobde). These articles will include summaries, quotes, and/or meanings from the books we’ve read. They serve as catalysts for us to reflect on and deeper understand these books and to give bite-sized views into these books to other readers.

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User friendly: How the hidden rules of design are changing the way we live, work, and play is written by Cliff Kuang, award-winning journalist and UX designer and founder of Co.Design, …

Member Highlight — Introducing the Content Manager @AIxDesign

On a rainy day in October, Alexandra and I met for a virtual coffee. She answered some questions about herself, her career, and her thoughts about AIxDesign. She believes understanding keywords is a fundamental step for being in this intersection and communicating around it. Grab a cup of coffee and join us for getting to know her better.

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Hi Alexandra! Nice to meet you! Tell us, what are you doing at the moment?

Currently, I’m a user experience designer at UiPath, and I’m responsible for the content at the AIxDesign community — those are my two main activities at the…

A list of our favourite artists who are using AI as a tool for their creative work

AI is being used in many professions — but what about the creative industry? How do artists use AI in their work? Currently, it’s not a very common tool for artists, but the good news is that this number is increasing. You can see bits of AI in many parts of the creative fields: from visual arts to dance, music, and even photography. In this article we’ll introduce some of our favourite artists who are using AI in their practice.

1. SOUGWEN CHUNG is a multidisciplinary artist exploring the communication between humans and machines. She is using a robot hand…

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Designer and researcher passionate about people, their experiences, emotions, and interactions with AI. Get to know me better

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