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SAP Fiori-side Chat session on AI (Sep 22nd)

Our next SAP Fiori-side Chat has an incredible panel of experts behind SAP Fiori and AI. Joachim Sander, Dr. Knut Manske, Andreas Welsch, and Thomas Reiss. Find all format details on our SAP Fiori Community Wiki. To continue providing you with valuable information about SAP UX and SAP Fiori activities during this time, we invite […]
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Tobias Essig
AI/ML enhanced software

The Impact of AI Enhanced Software on UX User Profiles

What impact does AI/ML enhancement have on people using software? Can UX Engineering really go on and still use the old-style user profiles to plan and manufacture the software of the future? Read this blog and see which effect the upcoming software change has.
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Joachim Sander

Using Ranking to Reflect Intelligence in User Interfaces

Ranking is among a group of basic patterns that can help to reflect an intelligent insight. Ranking is such a pervasive pattern because it helps users easily identify quickly the top options.
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Carlos Martinez Gomez

An AI Menu for Your Next Lunch Gathering

Should you happen to be dining with friends and talk turns to artificial intelligence, its subdivisions and its potential evolutions, this “menu” might come in handy.
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Esther Blankenship

A Checklist of Ethical Design Challenges for Business AI

In the first part of this two-part blog, we saw that design principles and digital ethics build trust in artificial intelligence (AI). However, we didn’t address the areas where we are most likely to find those ethical challenges. A checklist can help identify the most relevant pitfalls. Teams should define such a list to ensure […]
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Guido Wagner

How Digital Ethics Enables Trust in Business AI

Technologies summarized under the label of “Artificial intelligence” (AI) open doors to new possibilities that can enrich the lives of many humans. This is the first part of a two-part blog that shows that digital ethics can be helpful to manage the risks arising from expected changes in the labor market and our society. The […]
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Guido Wagner

UX for AI: Building Trust as a Design Challenge

How can I trust a digital assistant to perform tasks that are important to me and what could a trustful relationship between a business user and the digital assistant look like in practice?
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Vladimir Shapiro

How to Grow Your Currency of Trust Using Empathy

Only by understanding the true needs of our end users and customers, can we think of ways to solve their pain points and help them to overcome challenges. Try out a set of exercises to increase empathy through listening.
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Tatjana Borovikov

Explainable Artificial Intelligence: It’s (Not) All About Language

How to make AI understandable This blog is part of a series on intelligent system design. In our previous blog Explaining System Intelligence we looked at why it’s vital to explain the underlying models and reasoning behind AI algorithms to the user, and outlined what needs to be explained and when. Now we want to take […]
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Annette Stotz

The “Emotional” Enterprise

Our expectations for intelligent systems to understand us, help us, and connect with us on an emotional level will increase exponentially in the coming years.
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Maricel Cabahug

Soft Skills in a Software-Driven World

Our journey to revolutionize business with the help of artificial intelligence (AI) has given rise to what we now call the “intelligent enterprise.” This means that machines will increasingly take over the tasks that they do best. Luckily for us, those tasks are mostly repetitive, mundane, and dreary. Stuff we probably didn’t want to be […]
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Maricel Cabahug

Explaining System Intelligence

One of the guiding design principles for intelligent systems is to empower end users. If we want people to trust in machines, we need to share information about the underlying models and the reasoning behind the results of algorithms. This matters even more in business applications, where users are held accountable for every decision they make. In the meantime, it's widely accepted that intelligent systems need to come with a certain level of transparency. There's even a new term for it: explainable AI. But that's just the beginning. As designers, we need to ask ourselves how explainable AI ties in with the user interaction. What do we need to think about whenever we explain the results and recommendations that come from built-in intelligence? And how can we make it a seamless experience that feels natural to users?
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Vladimir Shapiro

5 Challenges to Your Machine Learning Project

Why think of users when it comes to machine learning? After all, machine learning is for bypassing users, isn’t it? No, it isn’t. Let’s walk through five challenges to see where they do matter.
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Bernard Rummel

Human Impact of Biased AI in Business — and How to Go Beyond

As Andrew Ng, adjunct professor at Stanford, describes it, “AI is the next electricity, and there is no going back.” Just as electricity has changed many industries since it was introduced, so will AI. Therefore, it is important for individuals and businesses to understand this powerful technology, to ask the right questions, and to make the right […]
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Janaki Kumar

Working with Intelligent Systems

Artificial intelligence will change work life dramatically. But how exactly? And what does this mean for your user interface strategy?
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Bernard Rummel

Why Digital Ethics Matter

AI is both exciting and unsettling. This series of 3 blogs invites you to explore a future coexistence of people and intelligent machines – and pinpoints what we need to do to make sure AI benefits, rather than harms, humanity. The first part discusses the importance of "Digital Ethics".
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Guido Wagner

Human in Control or Automate Everything?

There’s a common misconception that artificial intelligence inevitably means 100% automation. Movie producers would have us believe that AI is going to control absolutely everything – a Skynet scenario à la Terminator. So, if you design and implement an AI system, should you fear this or just ignore it? Is there a roadmap for intelligent automation of a specific system?
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Vladimir Shapiro

Principles of Intelligent System Design

A properly designed intelligent SAP system extends the cognitive capabilities of a human user. As with past generations of tools, our aim should be to empower users and improve the outcome of human work. Based on our experience in recent projects, we have elaborated several design principles which we would like to share with you.
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Vladimir Shapiro

What Will Happen to Empathy in the Age of Bots?

Having family abroad requires frequent traveling. Because my kids are in school, our flights always land during peak travel times, either around Christmas or summer vacation, resulting in steep ticket prices. So, when I started planning our summer 2017 trip to Israel, I was thrilled to find a travel website called JustFly, offering substantially cheaper tickets per […]
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Eliad Goldwasser