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The Workbench

  • Antone F. Alber

Abstract

In his keynote speech at the fall 1990 COMDEX meeting, Microsoft Chairman and Cofounder Bill Gates captured the essence of computing and the user interface in the 1990s with his theme of information at your fingertips: “Information at your fingertips exemplifies the concept of making computers more personal, making them indispensable, making them something you reach for naturally when you need information.”

Keywords

Optical Character Recognition Voice Recognition Interactive Voice Response System Internal Revenue Service Line Card 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Antone F. Alber
    • 1
  1. 1.Bradley UniversityPeoriaUSA

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