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Today, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and, more specifically, Machine Learning are pervasive in our daily lives. From Facebook ads to YouTube recommendations; from Siri to Google Assistant; and from automated translation of device notice to marketing personalization tools; AI now deeply permeates both our work and personal lives.

This article is a compilation of three small pieces that advocate for renewed UX research efforts in ML apps.

By Celine Lenoble

The UX Collective is an independent ad-free design publication that elevates unheard design voices, reaching over 500k+ designers every week. Follow us on Medium.

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