Using a computer ought to be as easy and productive as driving your car. But today's systems are oblivious to our needs and demand even more attention and work from us, as they swell in numbers, complexity and features. Now Michael Dertouzos argues that we must shift the focus of information technology away from machines and back to people. In The Unfinished Revolution, he not only outlines five key technologies that will help us do this, he also offers an exciting vision of how human-centric computers could dramatically alter the way we live and work in the Information Century.
- Publication Date:
- 28 / 02 / 2001