Humane Interfaces: Questions of Method and Practice in Cognitive Technology
J.P. Marsh, B. Gorayska, J.L. Mey
Elsevier, Apr 7, 1999 - Computers - 391 pages
Ever since the first successful International Cognitive Technology (CT) Conference in Hong Kong in August 1995, a growing concern about the dehumanising potential of machines, and the machining potential of the human mind, has pervaded the organisers' thinking. When setting up the agenda for the Second International CT Conference in Aizu, Japan, in August of 1997, they were aware that a number of new approaches had seen the light, but that the need to integrate them within a human framework had become more urgent than ever, due to the accelerating pace of technological and commercialised developments in the computer related fields of industry and research
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An interesting completion of works related to mans ability process and understand the world about him. Contributions from from the world's leading authorities on cognitive technology.