Unlike machine-centric computing, in which efficient data processing takes precedence over contextual tailoring, human-centric computation provides a personalized data interpretation that most users find highly relevant to their needs. The authors show how semantic, cognitive, and perceptual computing paradigms work together to produce actionable information.
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