New research hints that our human prejudices extend to physical and behavioural features of AI
Why cities should be designed to mitigate bad weather, and how we stand to benefit.
Smart cities aren’t the solution, but their strengths might contribute to a new set of priorities.
Experiencing nature acts like a reset button for our human RAM. How can we use this in design?
Success should be defined by how well the product’s design or functionality meets the needs of the people who use it.
In the United States, president Ronald Reagan first proposed the cost-benefit calculus for policy efficacy.
Governments go to great lengths to help people understand the deleterious decisions that crop up in daily life.
"Presumption", the process by which companies capture knowledge from their consumers.