Based on the emerging concept of “Hybrid Intelligence,” this paper aims to explore a new model of human–computer interaction, and deeply research on its development and application of Intelligent Service in the big data environment. It systematically explores the related academic concepts of hybrid intelligence, and establishes its architecture model. The development of hybrid intelligence is faced with cognitive differences, system fragmentation, human–machine digital divide, and other issues. Strengthening the interaction between cognition and perception can be the key to break through the bottleneck. The intelligent service system based on the hybrid intelligent architecture takes knowledge fusion as the core, and “cloud intelligent brain” is making it possible for the human–computer symbiosis driven by hybrid intelligence. The proposed advanced human–computer interaction mode constructs a hybrid intelligent architecture model, enriches the concept system of human–machine hybrid intelligence, and provides a new landing scheme for intelligent services based on complex scenes in the big data environment.
The digital lifecycle encompasses definitive processes for data curation and management, long-term preservation, and dissemination, all of which are key building blocks in the development of a digital library. Maintaining a complete digital lifecycle workflow is vital to the preservation of digital cultural heritage and digital scholarship. This paper considers digital lifecycle programs for digital libraries, noting similarities between the digital and print lifecycles and referring to the example of the Digital Dunhuang project. Only through a systematic and sustainable digital lifecycle program can platforms for cross-disciplinary research and repositories for large aggregations of digital content be built. Moreover, advancing digital lifecycle development will ensure that knowledge and scholarship created in the digital age will have the same chances for survival that print-and-paper scholarship has had for centuries. It will also ensure that digital library users will have effective access to aggregated content across different domains and platforms.