OPENBOX aims to bring an easier understanding of open problems that helps in finding solutions for such problems. For the said purpose, I interview researchers and practitioners who have published works on open problems in a variety of areas of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to collect a simplified understanding of these open problems. These are published as podcast series
Today, we have with us Marie. Marie Potel-Saville is the founder and CEO of amurabi, a legal innovation by design agency. She was a lawyer for over 10 years at Magic Circle law firms such as Freshfields and Allen & Overy in London, Brussels and Paris. She is also the founder of Fair-Patterns, a SAAS platform to fight against dark patterns. She is spearheading efforts towards addressing the challenging problem of deceptive designs in applications using innovative technology. We are going to be discussing some nuances with her on this.
In this episode, Marie speaks about the key considerations in dealing with the deceptive designs and how fair patterns enable a better business proposition
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