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Legible AI by Design: Design Research to Frame, Design, Empirically Test and Evaluate AI Iconography

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Legible AI by Design : Design Research to Frame, Design, Empirically Test and Evaluate AI Iconography. / Pilling, Franziska; Akmal, Haider Ali; Gradinar, Adrian; Lindley, Joseph; Coulton, Paul.

Common Good Framing design through pluralism and social values: Design as Common Good. Swiss Design Network, 2020. p. 2442-2459.

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Pilling, F, Akmal, HA, Gradinar, A, Lindley, J & Coulton, P 2020, Legible AI by Design: Design Research to Frame, Design, Empirically Test and Evaluate AI Iconography. in Common Good Framing design through pluralism and social values: Design as Common Good. Swiss Design Network, pp. 2442-2459, Design as common good

, Switzerland, 25/03/21. https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2020.237

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Pilling, F., Akmal, H. A., Gradinar, A., Lindley, J., & Coulton, P. (2020). Legible AI by Design: Design Research to Frame, Design, Empirically Test and Evaluate AI Iconography. In Common Good Framing design through pluralism and social values: Design as Common Good (pp. 2442-2459). Swiss Design Network. https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2020.237

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Pilling F, Akmal HA, Gradinar A, Lindley J, Coulton P. Legible AI by Design: Design Research to Frame, Design, Empirically Test and Evaluate AI Iconography. In Common Good Framing design through pluralism and social values: Design as Common Good. Swiss Design Network. 2020. p. 2442-2459 https://doi.org/10.21606/drs.2020.237

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Pilling, Franziska ; Akmal, Haider Ali ; Gradinar, Adrian ; Lindley, Joseph ; Coulton, Paul. / Legible AI by Design : Design Research to Frame, Design, Empirically Test and Evaluate AI Iconography. Common Good Framing design through pluralism and social values: Design as Common Good. Swiss Design Network, 2020. pp. 2442-2459

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