Human Computer Interaction is an extraordinarily broad field: psychologists, programmers, designers, artists, and many more who all come together to create an amazingly diverse and dynamic area. A director of a large telecommunications company once told me "I send my people to all the specialist telecommunication conferences, but it is only at CHI that they come back with the answers, because everyone they need to talk to is all in one place." And just look at the topics of conferences sponsored by SIGCHI alone: Autonomous Agents, Creativity and Cognition, Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, Universal Usability, Designing Interactive Systems, Designing for…
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