|Abstract||Computers have invaded everyday life, and networked machines are worming their way into our gadgets, dwellings, clothes, even bodies. But if pervasive computing soon handles most of our information needs, it will still not clean the floors, take out the garbage, assemble kit furniture or do any of a thousand other other essential physical tasks. The old dream of mechanical servants will remain mostly unmet.|
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