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ERIC Number: ED046433
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
Pages: 88
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Information Systems: Current Developments and Future Expansion.
On May 20, 1970, a one-day seminar was held for Congressional members and staff. The papers given at this seminar and included in the proceedings are: (1) "Understanding Information Systems" by J. D. Aron, (2) "Computer Applications in Political Science" by Kenneth Janda, (3) "Who's the Master of Your Information System?" by Marvin Kornbluh, (4) "Communications and Future Information Systems" by Louis Feldner, (5) "Communications, Computers and the Enhancement of Social Intelligence" by Andrew J. Lipinski, and (6) "Managing the Machine Society" by Robert L. Chartrand. The papers purposely covered a wide range of topics related to information systems--their use, their promises and their problems. The purpose of the seminar was to start an expanding dialogue between Congress and the computing and information system professions. Short biographical sketches of the speakers are appended. (NH)
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Sponsor: American Federation of Information Processing Societies, Montvale, NJ.; Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY.
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Note: Proceedings of Special Seminar held for Congressional Members and Staff, Washington, D.C., May 20, 1970