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An experience with a de-identifying task to inform about privacy issues
People tend to value their privacy, but are usually unaware about the extent to which their personal information is exposed through ordinary data available online. In this paper we describe an experience in which a group ...
Web accessibility for people with reduced mobility: A case study using eye tracking
Traditional web interfaces often rely on keyboard/mouse input to work. This characteristic forces people with reduced mobility to adapt or do not use the applications at all. This paper proposes a prototype to increase web ...
Alexa vs. Siri vs. Cortana vs. Google Assistant: A Comparison of Speech-Based Natural User Interfaces
Natural User Interfaces (NUI) are supposed to be used by humans in a very logic way. However, the run to deploy Speech-based NUIs by the industry has had a large impact on the naturality of such interfaces. This paper ...
e-Ciencia en Costa Rica
(Ciudad Universitaria Rodrigo Facio: Universidad de Costa Rica, Programa Sociedad de la Información y el Conocimiento, 2008-04)
La e-ciencia permite al investigador realizar investigación más rápida, diferente y mejor. En este capítulo se realiza un análisis sobre el estado actual de la e-Ciencia en Costa Rica para llegar a algunas conclusiones. ...
Promoting quality e-government solutions by applying a comprehensive information assurance model: use cases for digital signature
Information and Communication Technologies, and specifically e-Government developments, occupy a relevant position in the national agenda of many countries worldwide. But development of such projects requires a careful ...
Design and Evaluation of a Personalized Cancer Treatment System using Human-Computer Interaction Techniques
This paper presents a case study where Human-Computer Interaction techniques were applied in the design and evaluation of a health system. The system consisted of a software platform that supports personalized cancer ...