Authors: Michio Kaku.
According to the author, the term "ubiquitous computing" coined Mark Weiser to show the principles of human interaction with the environment endowed with signs of intelligence. This concept is basic in the description of the model of human interaction with the computer system, in which the user is surrounded by computing devices integrated into the everyday things of the environment. In contrast to virtual reality, where there is a virtual world that computer reflects for person - with ubiquitous computing computers are brought into the real world around the person. This world consists of many digital mini-assistants (intelligence environment). Thus, by ubiquitous computing understand computers in the human world, not the human world inside the computer.
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