The inaugural Man-Computer Communications Seminar was held in 1969 and hosted by the National Research Council of Canada. Its objective was to provide a forum where the computer specialists, users, and potential users from the industrial, the government, and the academic sectors of the scientific community can exchange information on recent and ongoing work in areas involving interactive computer graphics applications and techniques. The biennial Canadian Man-Computer Communications Conference (CMCCC), and its successor, the annual Graphics Interface, went on to become the longest-running conference series in the field. Proceedings are not available for this first conference.
The keynote speaker for the first Man Computer Seminar was Professor John R. Licklider.
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