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ScienceLives Interview with Andrea Johnson


For Andrea Johnson, the heart of computer science is not programs or gadgets, but people. People shouldn't have to adapt their lifestyles to technology, she says. Instead, technology should be designed around users' lives and needs. This principle underlies Johnson's work on Prime III, an electronic voting system designed to be accessible to all voters.

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