Jukka Vanhala, Frans Mäyrä, Ilpo Koskinen
The Finnish Academy of Sciences is funding a three-year research program on proactive computing . The program integrates technological innovations in hardware and software with psychological and social-science research. The 14 funded projects span the wide field of proactive computing ranging from modelling the user's behavior to proactive healthcare systems, to controlling the environment via a direct brain interface. The program is organized in cooperation with the National Technology Agency of Finland and the French Ministry of Research. Proactive systems or proactive computing is a new approach to help in understanding how intelligence should be embedded into the everyday…
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