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Source: Microsoft

What will human-computer interaction look like in the year 2020?

The report details the findings of a Microsoft Research-hosted conference that gathered together 45 leading human-computer interaction (HCI) specialists from around the world in March 2007. The report explores new technologies and examines their potential impact, both positive and negative, on human behaviour and environments.

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