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Haider Ali Akmal
Haider Ali Akmal
Lecturer of Design, UNSW, Australia; PhD Design, Lancaster University, UK
Verified email at unsw.edu.au - Homepage
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Design fiction: How to build a Voight-Kampff machine
M Sturdee, P Coulton, JG Lindley, M Stead, H Ali, A Hudson-Smith
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors …, 2016
562016
The divination of things by things
H Akmal, P Coulton
Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2020
512020
Design Fiction: Does the search for plausibility lead to deception?
P Coulton, J Lindley, HA Akmal
422016
Design research and object-oriented ontology
J Lindley, HA Akmal, P Coulton
Open Philosophy 3 (1), 11-41, 2020
392020
Researching AI legibility through design
J Lindley, HA Akmal, F Pilling, P Coulton
Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2020
362020
Turning Philosophy with a Speculative Lathe: object-oriented ontology, carpentry, and design fiction
J Lindley, P Coulton, HA Akmal
212018
Research through board game design
H Akmal, P Coulton
202019
Using Heterotopias to Characterise Interactions in Physical/Digital Spaces
H Akmal, P Coulton
Design Research Society Conference 2018 1, 269-278, 2018
102018
The little book of philosophy for the Internet of Things
JG Lindley, P Coulton, H Akmal, D Hay, M Van Kleek, S Cannizzaro, ...
Lancaster University, 2019
92019
A Tarot of Things: a supernatural approach to designing for IoT
H Akmal, P Coulton
DRS2020 Synergy, Brisbane 5 (1), 2377–2391, 2020
72020
Design (Non) Fiction: Deconstructing/Reconstructing the Definitional Dualism of AI
F Pilling, J Lindley, HA Akmal, P Coulton
International Journal of Film and Media Arts 6 (1), 6-32, 2021
62021
Design by Play: Playfulness and Object-Oriented Philosophy for the design of IoT
HA Akmal
PQDT-Global, 2021
62021
The Internet of Things game: Illuminating data interactions within the Internet of Things
H Akmal, P Coulton
Living in the Internet of Things (IoT 2019), 1-5, 2019
62019
Signs of the time: Making AI legible
JG Lindley, P Coulton, HA Akmal, FL Pilling
52020
The process of gaining an AI legibility mark
F Pilling, H Akmal, P Coulton, J Lindley
Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2020
42020
Anticipating GDPR in Smart Homes Through Fictional Conversational Objects
JG Lindley, P Coulton, H Akmal, BH Knowles
42017
making AI-Infused products and Services more legible
F Pilling, H Ali Akmal, J Lindley, A Gradinar, P Coulton
Leonardo 56 (2), 170-176, 2023
32023
2VT: Visions, Technologies, and Visions of Technologies for Understanding Human Scale Spaces
V Paananen, P Markkanen, J Oppenlaender, LH Lee, H Akmal, ...
Extended Abstracts of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing …, 2021
32021
Design fiction: does the search for plausibility lead to deception?(2016)
P Coulton, J Lindley, HA Akmal
Retrieved July 7, 2019, 2016
32016
Using Game Engines to Design Digital Workshops for AI Legibility
F Pilling, HA Akmal, A Gradinar, J Lindley, P Coulton
Blucher Publishing House, 2021
22021
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