Society is always facing challenges. Among these (to name a few) are issues like quality of life, health, security and other forms of protection, independent living, aging, working conditions, employment, environmental issues, education, closing the digital divide, and information access for all. All of these concerns influence people and are influenced by people. Several disciplines are investigating these areas, and information and communication technologies are often incorporated. The field of HCI has a special role in the contribution to societal questions by introducing the particular viewpoint of human centeredness. This position is not only taken by optimizing the quality…
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