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NYT on Philosophy of Science

Remember that AI class I’ve been blogging about? It’s got me thinking. Here is a take on what is collaboration that I would not have noticed without the priming from our discussion a couple week’s ago: “In a formulation that was galling to both sociologists and scientists, [Latour] once argued that Louis Pasteur did not just, as is commonly accepted, discover microbes; rather, he collaborated with them.”

From https://www.nytimes.com/2018/10/25/magazine/bruno-latour-post-truth-philosopher-science.html

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Augmented Intelligence: Mixed Initiative UI

I missed the last Augmented Intelligence class, but two times ago we read and discussed Horvitz,E. (1999) Principles of Mixed-Initiative User Interfaces. CHI 99. http://erichorvitz.com/chi99horvitz.pdf

This is about 20 years old, but still makes sense to me. The presenter paired it with some 

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