Mixed reality and AI bots: the new interaction paradigm

Popularized by computer systems like the Apple Macintosh 128K launched in 1984 and Microsoft’s Windows 95 operating system launched in 1995, which was also one of the most popular desktop operating system at the time, the graphical user interface ( or GUI) involves graphical elements such as windows, radio buttons, check boxes, and harnesses a pointing device — the good old mouse that we are not so accustomed to — for navigation across the UI system. GUI was pioneered by Xerox’s PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), with many ideas making their way into some of the more popular mainstream desktop software products from Apple, Microsoft, IBM and the likes.

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