Human–computer interaction (HCI) research involves the design and use of computer technology, focusing in particular on the interfaces between people (users) and computers. HCI researchers observe the ways in which humans interact with computers and design technologies that allow them to interact in novel ways. As HCI evolves into HCI 2.0, user experiences and feedback become ever more relevant. This Special Issue, “Human Computer Interactions 2.0”, presents 11 excellent papers about topics related to human–computer interactions. It aims to provide a broad international forum for world researchers, engineers and professionals in human–computer interaction research for the discussion and exchange of various scientific, technical and management discoveries across the world.
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