Information for People. Haas, L. M. & Cousins, S. B. In pages 21-25.
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Ordinary people have access to unprecedented volumes of information today. Researchers in the fields of information management (IM) and human-computer interaction (HCI) are reacting to this challenge from their own unique perspectives. Having access to a billion records is cool, but having access to a billion people is awesome. In this paper, we look at recent research from both communities, and speculate on how interactions between the communities could enhance the user experience of information.
@inproceedings{ haa07b,
  crossref = {icde2007},
  author = {Laura M. Haas and Steve B. Cousins},
  title = {Information for People},
  pages = {21-25},
  uri = {http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/search/wrapper.jsp?arnumber=4221650},
  abstract = {Ordinary people have access to unprecedented volumes of information today. Researchers in the fields of information management (IM) and human-computer interaction (HCI) are reacting to this challenge from their own unique perspectives. Having access to a billion records is cool, but having access to a billion people is awesome. In this paper, we look at recent research from both communities, and speculate on how interactions between the communities could enhance the user experience of information.}
}
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