Mar 3 reading:
Licklider’s early thesis (click here for the reading) is an interesting window into the developments in decision sciences in organizations over the next 30 years or so. Complete the reading to answer the following questions:
Q. 1.: What is man-computer symbiosis, according to Licklider, and how is it different from man-machine systems? How and what is mechanically extended man P. 2, & p. 6). How does this resonate with wearable technology, in your view?
Q. 2. What are the goals of man-computer symbiosis (p. 3) and what, according to Licklider, is the need for computer participation in human decision making (p. 4)? What are the memory hardware requirements Licklider talks about (p. 7)? Memory organization requirements (p. 9)? What is input and output equipment (p. 11)?