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People, things, memory and human-machine communication

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As contemporary media of communication increasingly rely on computer mediation there is a concomitantly increasing amount of algorithmic intervention utilizing expressions between users and between users and machines to create, modify or channel communication and interaction with digital agents. This article addresses the consequences of human-machine communication for the field of communication.
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Keywords: algorithms; artificial intelligence; communication technology; cyborgs; human-machine communication; intelligent agents

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Illinois at Chicago

Publication date: 01 September 2014

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