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Assistive Technology Design for Intelligence Augmentation by Stefan Carmien

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CHAPTER2

Fundamentals

This first section of concepts, Fundamentals, represents a set of perspectives that are useful when considered as frameworks for thinking about how to investigate and plan a design for the problem you are considering. The big difference between this and the following sections is that, in my experience, each of these fundamentals are necessary to be considered in any AT/IA project, whereas the concepts in the sections on Models and Technique may be only applicable to certain kinds of projects. In this fundamental category are the following topics:

•artificial intelligence (AI)/intelligence augmentation (IA);

•design for failure;

•distributed cognition;

•scaffolding;

•situated action/cognition;

•socio-technical environments; ...

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