Corpus ID: 15982024

The Computer as a Communication Device

@inproceedings{Licklider1968TheCA,
  title={The Computer as a Communication Device},
  author={J. Licklider},
  year={1968}
}
In a few years, men will be able to communicate more effectively through a machine than face to face. That is a rather startling thing to say, but it is our conclusion. As if in confirmation of it, we participated a few weeks ago in a technical meeting held through a computer. In two days, the group accomplished with the aid of a computer what normally might have taken a week. We shall talk more about the mechanics of the meeting later; it is sufficient to note here that we were all in the same… Expand
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