Mixed Initiative Interaction

A situation with a mixed initiative interaction is one in which the machine can initiate an interaction, but the user can also choose to initiate the interaction. For example, Luminere had the ability to suggest help without being prompted but the user could still have the same interaction by accessing the Help tab. Another example is Google Calendar as it can automatically add events by scraping emails but the user can also add events manually in their calendar sites.

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