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Renée Richardson Gosline Tells How Friction Helps AI Accuracy; Wins MIT Teaching Award

News Update: Congratulations to Renée Richardson Gosline on being awarded the MIT Sloan Jamieson Prize for Excellence in Teaching, established to honor educational innovation and excellence!

In this video interview, IDE Research Lead, Renée Richardson Gosline, shares research on how to get more accurate results from generative AI without sacrificing speed. She explains to Abbie Lundberg, MIT Sloan Management Review editor-in-chief, that “leaning into friction” helps AI users and developers focus on resonsible AI practices.

Gosline also discussed ways to find the balance between resistance to AI and overuse. She also explains how to get the most value from AI–and how to please empoyees, as well as customers, when introducing AI services.

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