Rethinking human-AI interaction

This essay by AI specialist Jessy Lin explores some of the possibilities to rethink how humans and “intelligent” machines interact today. The focus is on practical application — how can technology that exists today be leveraged creatively to make applications that are vastly more powerful and useful?

Humans-as-backup as the dominant paradigm of human-machine collaboration is limiting our imagination. It suggests that the only way we can give feedback (if at all) to machines is to label data points as examples of what we want. It embodies the idea that the only way for machines to help humans is to do

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