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subjectHuman Computer Interaction
authorPeter Denning

Your Science T-Shirt Doesn’t Fly
From Blog@Ubiquity

Your Science T-Shirt Doesn’t Fly

A few months ago Science sent many people a sample of the magazine and a solicitation to subscribe. As seems to be the manner in which these things are done, there...

Can a Rubiks Cube Teach You Programming?
From Blog@Ubiquity

Can a Rubiks Cube Teach You Programming?

Em Rubik invented the Rubik’s Cube in 1974 and it became the worlds most popular puzzle. The cube consists of 26 cubelets that move and turn when the faces areRead...

My Robot Wants Your Job—No
From Blog@Ubiquity

My Robot Wants Your Job—No

Although AI technology is posed to disrupt jobs, there isn't any real cause for alarm. The future of work doesn't mean we will be ruled by robot overlords. The...

An Evolutionary Singularity
From Blog@Ubiquity

An Evolutionary Singularity

The drumbeats of the singularity advocates is getting louder with the constant refrain that humanity is doomed at the hands of machine intelligence. Although their...

Why We Don’t Know Know-How
From Blog@Ubiquity

Why We Don’t Know Know-How

In pursuit of scientific understanding, too often we forget our level of know-how is far more important than our know-what. The post Why We Don’t Know Know-HowBLOG...

Are We Wrong About Innovation?
From Blog@Ubiquity

Are We Wrong About Innovation?

The notion that creating ideas and imagining new worlds fashioned around these ideas are the keys to innovation is all wrong. Ideation is not innovation The post...
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