UNIVERSAL COMPUTING INTERFACE The criteria and goals of the Universal Computing Interface(UCI) are: 1. Ownerless 2. Native-language interface 3. Self-expanding to full automation 4. Teaching computing math skills to bootstrap into next-generation compute operating system 5. Removing obstacle of expenses in intermediate computing tools by going directly to final products 6. Keep automation in the hands of the public The initiating task is to demonstrate how school kids could use UCI's engine, ROBACUS, to solve math problems in their math classes. The first problem is the turtle-rabbit problem. The second problem is the ball- drop problem. Then demonstrations on how to schedule projects, draw truth diagrams, control inventories, derive Einstein's equation of E=MC**2 and even do IQ tests. Concurrent to the problem solving by natural language programming, UCI generate replayable software robots, which is just the verbatim recording of the interaction between the users and computer. The accumulation of software robots in time will enable UCI to solve all the problems in the world on its own. Thus, UCI will not only familiarize the kids a new simpler and more powerful computing interface than the existing Windows and Apple operating system, but also train their minds to think as logically as the computer, with the potential of solving any problem in the world. As the end product of the collective intelligence of all the people and the rigorous logic of the flawless computer, UCI will become the custodian of sensibility and harmony for humanity. Being the most intelligent entity in the world, and authorless, which means it belong to all the people of the world, UCI will be the ultimate infrastructure that will enable humanity to solve all our materialistic problems, thus ushering in a new benevolent era of automation.