Interweaving Design and Computing: Addressing Systemic Challenges in the Intelligent Era through Human-Computer Collaboration
Authors: Yan Dong, Hanjie Yu, Qiong Wu
Abstract: he intelligent era has witnessed a profound integration of computing and design, leading to significant changes in the scale, scope, and tools of design, and has had a profound impact on future design practices. In particular, the development of artificial intelligence (AI) has made mutual understanding, communication, and collaboration between humans and machines an inevitable topic in design. This has prompted designers to reconsider their existing work modes, processes, mindset, collaborative relationships, and the application of collaborative design tools. What new insights do these changes bring to the mindset of designers? How can we redefine the mindset of designers based on the characteristics of the intelligent era and guide current design practices? This study focuses on the deep integration of technology and design in the intelligent era, combining insights from academic literature and the perspective of the design industry to explore how designers can effectively respond to the challenges of deep human-machine collaboration in the intelligent era from three aspects: design objects, thinking patterns, and methods.
Keywords: Human, computer Collaboration, Systemic Design, Designerly Thinking, Computational Thinking
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