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Intelligence Augmentation: Creating a Prosthetic for the Brain (03 May 2002)
Intelligence augmentation is the study of devices that makes people smarter, and the way the these devices integrate with everyday human intelligence. In designing and studying these devices the field combines Human Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. I will present several examples of work in Intelligence Augmentation ranging from software agents to wearable computers and ubiquitous computing, and will discuss challenges facing the field. I will also present some of the lessons we learned from the MIT wearable computing project, a living experiment in which we wore computers in our daily lives for a period of 4+ years.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/cs547/abstracts/01-02/020503-rhodes.html
  90.00    (Bradley Rhodes, Ricoh Innovations)  

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