Human computer interaction (HCI) design is the starting point for an artificial intelligence (AI) program. Overall HCI design is a creative problem-solving process oriented to the goal of satisfying largest number of customers. In this course, you will cover multiple methodologies used in the HCI design process and explore prototyping and useful techniques for software development and maintenance. First, learn how the anthropomorphic approach to HCI focuses on keeping the interaction with computers similar to human interactions. The cognitive approach pays attention to the capacities of a human brain. Next, learn to use the empirical approach to HCI to quantitatively evaluate interaction and interface designs, and predictive modeling is used to optimize the screen space and make interaction with the software more intuitive. You will examine how to continually improve HCI designs, develop personas, and use case studies and conduct usability tests. Last, you will examine how to improve the program design continually for AI applications; develop personas; use case studies; and conduct usability tests.