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The age of human computing?

A few weeks ago, I was speaking to a group of PR account executives when one woman asked a question that she really didn't mean to ask. In phrasing her question, seeking my opinion on the proliferation of mobile devices, she asked if computers were going to take over our lives. I get that question a lot, in one form or another, but on this day her question struck me quite differently.

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"We are talking about human computing," he said. I understood instantly what he meant. As technology becomes more and more pervasive, we ought to be liberated to be more human in our interactions. Rafi would argue, I think, that the human-computer interface must make a dramatic shift to the human side ......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Chris Shipley 04/07/04


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