Joseph Janes

University of Washington

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Professor at the University of Washington Information School, with a specialty in human-information interaction, and author of Library 2020: Today's Leading Visionaries Describe Tomorrow's Library

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Silicon Valley is developing smart phone apps that will send you information they think you need before you ask for it. It's called "predictive technology."

Do You Want Your Smartphone Telling You What to Do?

Silicon Valley is developing smart phone apps that will send you information they think you need before you ask for it. It's called "predictive technology."

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