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Over the past decade, computers and networks have become increasingly ubiquitous. They have a central role in how we work, communicate, and learn. In this talk, I introduce the concept of human-machine collaboration and show how networked information systems enable coupled relationships between humans and machines. I will take four perspectives on this coupled relationships: how we can design, analyze, develop and also extend them. The presented approaches contribute to the research field of networked socio-technical information systems. By unfolding design parameters of these systems, we can develop adaptive networked information systems that, in the future, can reduce the friction between humans and machines to a point where they become a natural extension of our human experience.