Welcome to the DILab blog. This is a blog for members of Georgia Institute of Technology’s Design & Intelligence Laboratory to share their musings as “public intellectuals.” As its name suggests, DILab conducts research at the union of design and intelligence, in the sense of designing intelligent systems as well as intelligent system design. As of today, we are preparing an online course on knowledge-based AI, building intelligent agents that can learn by imitating humans, publishing a paper on fractal reasoning in visual analogy in the Artificial Intelligence Journal, consolidating a partnership with Biomimicry 3.8 on biologically inspired design, launching new collaborations on discovery informatics and computational thinking with the Smithsonian Institution and Vanderbilt University respectively, and getting ready to host the Third Conference on Advances in Cognitive Systems, among many other things. The blog posts too may cover a wide variety of topics and themes. As usual, the blog posts represent the individuals posting them, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of DILab or Georgia Tech.