Unconsciously Conscious CUI

AI, ML, CUI on mobile app

What I Did
Racing thoughts and relaxation techniques
Thinking and relaxation can be contradictory, especially when trying to fall asleep, so instead of proposing that you try counting sheep, how can a CUI become the transition to allow humans to speak their mind or get it off their chest in a space where someone is always around to listen? How might a CUI help productivity to organize different things at once like when you are trying to go to sleep but have to many things on your mind. 

A diagram of conversatinal states and a demonstration of how the user would engage with a conversation using the conversational interface.

Machine Learning Exploration

To create a provocative study that asks us to think critically about our relationship to conversational user interface (CUI). Be sure to pick one attribute to explore deeply. Consider this study a catalyst for discussion and debate around CUI, the attribute you have chosen, and the user’s relationship to both.
Diagram of States 

The human can't sleep because they have a lot on their mind. They want to "unload" it all to be arranged and out of their so they can rest.
*taps the watch screen to start a conversation*
AI: What can I help you with?
User: I have a lot on my mind, can you help me?
AI: Yes, that's why I am here. I am listening.
User: So this week I need to go grocery shopping. I need to get a salad, pasta, fried chicken, ice cream, and bananas. I need to make a Dr's appointment for Wednesday at 3pm...oh and don't forget to send my sister a birthday text at midnight, so I can be the first one to wish her a happy birthday...
AI:  Is there anything else I can help you with?
User: Yes, remind me to go and sign up for yoga classes when I am downtown 
AI: you got it. Can I do anything else for you?
User: That's all for now. I'll tap if something else comes to mind. I'll be here. Goodnight.