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Peter J. Denning, Editor in ChiefThe digitally connected world has become a large, swirling sea of information stripped of context.

We help our readers make sense of it, find meaning in it, learn what to trust, and prepare for the future that may show up. "Ubiquity and Your Future

Peter J. Denning,
Editor-in-Chief

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LATEST ARTICLES

Interview

An interview with Sarah Clinch: anticipating adverse effects of technology on human cognition

Interviewed by Bushra Anjum

Science depends on logical reasoning. However, the conclusions one comes to intimately depend on the explicit, or more often implicit, assumptions on which the reasoning is based. Here is an example of how logical reasoning based on different assumptions can lead to diametrically opposite conclusions ...


Communication Corner

Don't write short texts, write concise ones

by Philip Yaffe

Science depends on logical reasoning. However, the conclusions one comes to intimately depend on the explicit, or more often implicit, assumptions on which the reasoning is based. Here is an example of how logical reasoning based on different assumptions can lead to diametrically opposite conclusions ...



Commentary

Ubiquity and your future: (from the editor)

November 2019
by Peter J. Denning

A perspective on how Ubiquity prepares readers to navigate and shape the future rather than forecasting the future.

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Interview

A conversation with Lauren Wilcox: empowering people in the review, analysis, and management of complex health-related data

October 2019
Interviewed by Bushra Anjum

In this series of interviews with innovation leaders, Ubiquity Associate Editor and software engineer, Dr. Bushra Anjum sits down with Lauren Wilcox, Director of the HX Lab at Georgia Tech, to discuss how intelligent technologies can be designed and developed to facilitate the management of personal health data and support patient decision-making.

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