Human-Centered AI A Multidisciplinary Perspective for Policy-Makers, Auditors, and Users

Edited By Catherine Régis, Jean-Louis Denis, Maria Luciana Axente, Atsuo Kishimoto

Published on January 25, 2024 Updated on January 25, 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) permeates our lives in a growing number of ways. Relying solely on traditional, technology-driven approaches won't suffice to develop and deploy that technology in a way that truly enhances human experience. A new concept is desperately needed to reach that goal. That concept is Human-Centered AI (HCAI). With 23 captivating chapters, this book delves deep into the realm of HCAI.


In Section I, it demystifies HCAI, exploring cutting-edge trends and approaches in its study, including the moral landscape of Large Language Models. Section II looks at how HCAI is viewed in different institutions—like the justice system, health system, and higher education—and how it could affect them. It examines how crafting HCAI could lead to better work. Section III offers practical insights and successful strategies to transform HCAI from theory to reality, for example, studying how using regulatory sandboxes could ensure the development of age-appropriate AI for kids. In this last section, Pr Marina Teller has written an article on "Towards the Social Acceptability of Algorithms"