Transforming Businesses in a Digital Era with Human-Computer Interaction (HCI): TechSagar EmergingTe
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User interfaces are no longer confined to screens on devices in this day and age. With the world achieving substantial leaps in redefining user experiences, interfaces are being integrated into our day-to-day lives. Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) has been making this possible and promises a future where interfaces are hyper-personalized to match the audiences’ needs.
The seventh episode of the TechSagar EmergingTech Webinar Series focused on driving vital discussions on key trends and ideas set to shape HCI in 2022 and beyond. An esteemed panel deliberated on how HCI is rapidly changing the way businesses are interacting with their consumers and delivering unparalleled user experiences across devices.
The distinguished panelists to lead the webinar included Dr. Abhinav Dhall, Assistant Professor, IIT Ropar, Dr. Jainendra Shukla, Assistant Professor, IIIT Delhi, Amitesh Bharti, General Manager & Head of HMI Center of Excellence, BGSW with Sumit Bhattacharjee, Director – Technical, Data Security Council of India as the moderator.
Sumit Bhattacharjee set the context by stating how the invention of the first touch screen mobile phone paved way for the rapid growth and development of HCI.
He highlighted how the increase in demand for human interactive devices can be found in different industries today and deliberated on how this will shape the business landscape enormously in the coming years. As industries and leading tech companies come up with designs and products to incorporate HCI for social good it will be fascinating to witness how this branch of knowledge will help strengthen the cybersecurity landscape.
As the webinar proceeded onward, the panelists drove engaging discussions on the government’s role in HCI, enterprises and users’ preferences have shifted towards metaverse, Web 3.0, AR/VR, etc. Some major key takeaways of this webinar are;
-HCI lies at the intersection of computer science, design and social science; by broadly touc