Scaffolding a Methodology for Situating Cognitive Technology Within Everyday Contexts

@inproceedings{Heidt2016ScaffoldingAM,
  title={Scaffolding a Methodology for Situating Cognitive Technology Within Everyday Contexts},
  author={Michael Heidt and Madlen Wuttke and Peter Ohler and Paul Rosenthal},
  booktitle={HCI},
  year={2016}
}
Cognitive technology is leaving the lab and entering the world of the everyday. Systems such as knowledge navigators, conversational agents, and intelligent personal assistants are increasingly incorporated into real-world systems. This success of cognitive technologies poses novel methodological challenges for interdisciplinary teams tasked with their development. In order to behave successfully within the variegated conditions of the everyday, systems have to be developed within processes of… 

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