Calm Technology

Technology that remains in the background until needed and thus enables a person to interact with it in a calm, engaged manner
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(Ratner quoted Mark Weiser, the former chief scientist at Xerox PARC, who said that we have arrived at the era of ubiquitous computing and the age of "calm technology," when the computer recedes into the background and becomes an invisible servant.)
Through our approach, we look at it in context of achieving future 'calm technology'.
Keywords: halcyon model, pervasive computing, nonchalant, connected, hidden, calm technology, privacy.
This is a major issue against fast pace progress towards a 'calm technology' world as to how such surplus amount of information will be kept hidden and administered so that it is not misused?