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Next-generation impacts: Technology watchers discuss industrial and office automation, knowledge-based systems, computer privacy, and education

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More and more technology watchers say that next-generation computing is likely to affect virtually all professional and personal endeavors. To find out which institutions and individuals might be changed and to what degree, Spectrum invited eight engineers and social scientists from industry, government, and academia to discuss projected impacts.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 11 )