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Bergman & Co Ltd, London, is launching what it claims is the first artificial intelligence-based graphics tablet, which sounds like the ultimate executive toy for those unfortunates afflicted by keyboardphobia, and managers who believe that using a keyboard is only women’s work: the Penpad 320 Intelligent Digitising Tablet uses artificial intelligence techniques embedded in firmware for character and symbol recognition, is driven by a Motorola 68000 processor, and enables handwritten characters and symbols to be used for digitising, text entry and system commands, all direct from the tablet; no price.

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