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Beyond Pervasive Computing

05/23/2002 1:45 Kresge
Robert Buderi, Founder, CEO, Editor in Chief, Xconomy; Rodney A. Brooks, Founder, Chairman and Chief Technical Officer, Heartland Robotics; Rick Rashid, Sr. VP for Research, Microsoft Corporation; David Tennenhouse, Vice-President and Corporate Technology Group Director, Research, Intel Corporation ; Steve Tuecke, Argonne National Laboratory ;

Description: Pervasive computing-the idea that wired and wireless computing services and applications will be available anytime/anywhere-is becoming realized. Now, computer scientists are taking the next step: promoting proactive, or attentive, computing, in which computers and sensors don't just respond to users, but anticipate their needs-through agents, data mining, sense-making and other software advances.

Host(s): Office of the Provost, Technology Review

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