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Machine-human interaction : a paradigm shift?

Saint-Louis Hervé. (2021). Machine-human interaction : a paradigm shift? Dans Masaaki Kurosu (dir.), Human-computer interaction : theory, methods and tools. (p. 123-136). Cham, Switzerland : Springer.

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The abstract should summarize the contents of the paper in short terms, i.e. 150–250 words. In this article, I perform a preliminary exploration on hypothesised the paradigm shift from human-initiated interaction to machine-initiated interaction. There are consequences and structural issues that need to be highlighted when considering such an important topic beyond the academic setting and ontological issues. While continuing to develop the theoretical work related to evaluating this shift, I use this as an opportunity to ask a classic “so what” question. What matters when machines are the ones trying to initiate interactions with humans? Specifically, what happens to parts of humanity that are often excluded from issues related to the deployment of AI in society? How can such groups, which are often marginalised react and to machines that act autonomously? To do this, I chose Black Twitter as the main case study of this article to explore if and how marginalisation can occur when machines initiate interactions with humans. Recently, Twitter has become the ground of much experimentation with AI deployed by its operators. However, it is also the experiment ground for third-party “bots” that interact with humans, often, without the latter being aware that of the interaction undertaken is with a machine. The article is part of a larger study investigating if there are significant differences between the way machines and members of Black Twitter interact with one another.

Type de document:Chapitre de livre
Lieu de publication:Cham, Switzerland
Sujets:Sciences naturelles et génie > Sciences mathématiques > Informatique
Département, module, service et unité de recherche:Départements et modules > Département des arts, des lettres et du langage
Éditeurs:Kurosu, Masaaki
Mots-clés:proceedings, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, paradigm shift, twitter, black twitter, bots, marginalisation
Déposé le:03 mai 2022 20:41
Dernière modification:03 mai 2022 20:41
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