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Oxygen burst

MIT is readying new technologies that put humans in the center of computing

By Robert Weisman
Globe Staff / June 21, 2004

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CAMBRIDGE -- Three years ago, Michael Dertouzos, the high-spirited director of MIT's Laboratory for Computer Science, spelled out his vision of a future in which computers recede into the background as enabling tools. ''I don't want us to be slaves to our machines," he declared. ''I want our machines to serve us." (Full Article: 1366 Words)

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