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The “AI Forest” is an artificial indoor forest and interactive game environment that was first presented at the Ars Electronica Festival 2021 in Linz, Austria. The task of visitors was to find ten haptic mushroom models in the bushes and scan them using a tablet. The virtual basket had to be filled with as many different edible species as possible. An artificially intelligent mushroom identification app, which had been trained with a large number of photos of forest mushrooms, assisted the players with advice. The purpose of the app was to identify mushroom species and classify them as edible or poisonous. In addition to its playful character, the AI Forest represented an innovative research environment in which questions about decision-making in teamwork with AI and about explainable artificial intelligence methods were investigated. This video gives an overview of the installation, our scientific user study on human decision-making with AI assistance, and it gives impressions of the festival. The idea for the AI Forest originated in the research project “HOXAI – Hands-on Explainable AI”, a collaboration between the LIT Robopsychology Lab and the Visual Data Science Lab at JKU Linz. For more details on our study, read our preprint: https://osf.io/68emr Citation: Leichtmann, B., Hinterreiter, A., Humer, C., Streit, M., & Mara, M. (2022, September 21). Explainable Artificial Intelligence improves human decision-making: Results from a mushroom picking experiment at a public art festival. Retrieved from osf.io/68emr If you talk about our research in your work, please make sure to give appropriate credit [More]
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