Michael Picheny, a senior manager at the Watson Multimodal Lab for IBM Research, in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.. Creating a computer “personality” is as much an art as it is a science, and it’s a challenge that more and more software designers are grappling with. “A good computer-machine interface is a piece of art and should be treated as such,” Picheny said.
Michael Picheny, a senior manager at the Watson Multimodal Lab for IBM Research, in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.. Creating a computer “personality” is as much an art as it is a science, and it’s a challenge that more and more software designers are grappling with. “A good computer-machine interface is a piece of art and should be treated as such,” Picheny said. COLE WILSON NYT
Michael Picheny, a senior manager at the Watson Multimodal Lab for IBM Research, in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.. Creating a computer “personality” is as much an art as it is a science, and it’s a challenge that more and more software designers are grappling with. “A good computer-machine interface is a piece of art and should be treated as such,” Picheny said. COLE WILSON NYT

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