New Initiative Harnesses UX Design for AI Research
This week, the Google Brain team unveiled PAIR: the People + AI Research Initiative. The program is devoted to advancing the research and design of people-centric AI systems. A pillar of the research is Human-Centered Machine Learning, which combines design thinking with AI to open up new opportunities for applications, and new ways to help users.Learn more about PAIR in this Keyword blog post and more about designing for Machine Learning in our Medium article.
Read the latest Google Design Newsletter
Get inspired by the sixth edition of our Google Design newsletter. Sparked by our website redesign, this issue is loosely themed around new looks—from to the 69 new Android O emoji. We also discuss how Google fosters creative careers, new #MaterialDesign tools, “5 Things to Love Right Now,” and much more.Subscribe here to get the Google Design Newsletter delivered directly to your inbox.
Save the Date: #AskMaterial Twitter Chat on Android Navigation, July 11, 2017
Not sure which navigation patterns are right for your Android app? Having trouble organizing destinations for your nav drawer? Want to know how bottom nav and tab bars can work together to better guide your users?Join members of the Material Design, Design Relations, and Material UX Engineering teams on Tuesday, July 11 from 10:00–11:30AM PDT for the first ever #AskMaterial session on the complex topic of navigation. We’ll be on hand to answer all your nav-related questions—so don’t be shy. Follow along or submit your queries to @materialdesign ahead of time using #AskMaterial. If you need to brush up on your Android navigation knowledge before Tuesday, check out this handy primer on Android Navigation. See you there!
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