Effective Tips & Tricks for Using
AI in Your Research
AI is not a replacement for research teams — and it never will be.
But it's still a powerful assistant that you can effectively use today if you know some basics.
AI has been a part of the HeyMarvin UX toolkit since Day 1, and we're ready to share some of our secrets for building user-centric products at breakneck speed.
Join us to discover key takeaways...
💡Simple yet strategic ways to introduce AI into your workflow
💡How AI can speed up your qualitative data analysis
💡Prompts and questions you can ask ChatGPT and other AI tools to improve your experience
💡Where AI falls short today and how to avoid its limitations
💡Why we'll always need trained researchers to uncover valuable insights
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Chirag Narula is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of HeyMarvin, where he and his team are building a product that positively impacts people’s lives while remaining playful, funny, and smart. Because of this, he spends a good deal of his time thinking about how AI will impact UX research for the better.
Previously, Chirag was the head of design at Blinkit, the #1 instant delivery service in India. As the Principal Designer, he led a team of 30 other designers to build a simple, intuitive and user-centric product.
Chirag has a Master of Design from the reputed Indian Institute of Design and a bachelor's degree in Engineering.
Prayag Narula is the co-founder and CEO of HeyMarvin, a qualitative user research platform that elevates the voice of your customers so you design exactly what they need.
Previously, Prayag cofounded and led LeadGenius, a venture-backed company that helps B2B sales and marketing teams save time and deliver on their revenue goals.
Prayag was a researcher at University of Helsinki in Finland. He studied at the UC Berkeley School of Information, and he is the published author of of over a dozen research papers in the field of HCI, User Centered Design, Artificial Intelligence, Crowdsourcing, and Computer Networks.