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  • Intelligent Interface Agents (Lieberman) 2/13/00 Who points to it? 46 - A 148 slide tutorial on intelligent interface agents by Henry Lieberman of MIT from November 1998.

  • COLLAGEN: When Agents Collaborate with People 1/2/00 Who points to it? 11 - MERL project: "...We take the position that software agents, when they interact with people, should begoverned by the same principles that underlie human collaboration....We have implemented a prototype collaboration manager, called Collagen, and used itto build a collaborative interface agent for a simple air travel application. The potentialbenefits of this approach include application-independence, naturalness of use, and ease oflearning, without requiring natural language understanding by the agent. "

  • Microsoft Agent Demo 1/2/00 Who points to it? 11

  • Cognitive Agent Software Toolkits 1/23/00 Who points to it? 11 - Chi Systems has developed some software products useful for building interface agents. "iGEN™ is a new tool for a new type of software. Cognitive agentsare autonomous software components which are able to identifyproblems of a specific type, solve them in a human-like manner, andimplement the solutions. These agents are able to executeindependently, and to manipulate other software systems and tools(e.g., query databases, send messages) as needed to solve theproblem."

  • Bibliography on Interface Agents 2/13/00 Who points to it? 15 - A bibliorgraphy by Andy Wood of 136 references in whicht he most recent reference is from 1994.

  • Madoogal 7/14/00 Who points to it? 16 - Madoogali offers a microsoft agent based virtual assistant with speech interfaces to message services.

  • Human-Computer Interfaces: 2003-->2012 12/14/02 Who points to it? 14 - Human-computer interfaces will rapidly improve during the next decade. The wide availability of cheaper display technologies will be one of the most transformational events in the IT industry.

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