The human in HCI: What you can learn from the bard (and others)

But can HCI et al. handle this significant upscaling?

“How does one account for the human within human-computer interaction? One approach historically embodied by the HCI field is firmly reductionist, a distillation of functional entities in which a human comprises “information processing systems” and “decision-making agents.” It has a quantitative outlook with scientific rigor and statistical significance of data to ensure accurate validations of hypotheses. This grounds everyone in rational discourse and technical conclusions. And it’s absolutely important and useful, just not entirely sufficient.”

(Uday Gajendar a.k.a. @udanium ~ ACM Interactions magazine)

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