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Thank you for your interest in “The UX of AI: Why Isn’t Anyone Using Your Smart App?” Please stay tuned for an update on the new date for this webinar. 

Oftentimes, AI-powered solution developers are focused on the datasets themselves instead of how data will be experienced, thinking UI is enough. The result? A technology that never solves their user’s pain points and hence fades into irrelevance.

UX teams serve to keep AI development driving toward user-oriented solutions. This requires designers to create experiential leaps and anticipate users’ non-linear movements. By working together, AI and UX practitioners can develop enhanced business solutions that solve real customer problems.

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