Research on Human Computer Interaction
Human-Computer Interactions (HCI) were established in the early 1980s with a strong computer science specialization. The relationship between human-computer engineering and cognitive science encompassed human factors. In the last thirty years, human-computer experiences have been expanding rapidly and swiftly, drawing practitioners from other fields and allowing them to integrate their different methods and concepts. More than 80% of human computing experiences are anticipated by speech recognition during the next five years. In the last two centuries, computer use has increased exponentially in all the social fields easing operations and enhancing human life. The most critical elements of HCI are usability and functionality, which enhances the interactions.