In 4th Age of UIs, Will Computers Learn From Users?

The first age of computer interfaces involved paper tape, punch cards, and other cumbersome methods that required specialized operators.

The second age allowed users to type in commands, and required plastic template overlays that fit over computer keyboards, or function code cheat-sheets taped next to computers. Employees typically needed training and thick manuals in order to learn to use the software, and usually specialized in just a couple of applications.

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