A design framework to create Artificial Intelligence Coaches

  title={A design framework to create Artificial Intelligence Coaches},
  author={Nicky Terblanche},
  journal={International journal of evidence based coaching and mentoring},
  • N. Terblanche
  • Published 2020
  • Business
  • International journal of evidence based coaching and mentoring
There is on going debate about the potential impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on humanity. The application of AI in the helping professions is an active research area, but not in organisational coaching. Guidelines for designing organisational AI Coaches adhering to international coaching standards, practices and ethics are needed. This conceptual paper presents the Designing AI Coach (DAIC) framework that uses expert system principles to link human coaching efficacy (strong coach-coachee… 

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