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Google's Women in Technology event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia | Organized by Google Student Ambassadors in King Saud University | April 17, 2013
مؤتمر قوقل للمرأة في عالم التقنية - جامعة الملك سعود - 7 جمادى الآخر 1434 هــ

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  • Google APIs Add-On is an extension to the Android SDK development environment that lets you develop applications for devices that include Google's set of custom applications, libraries, and servicesGoogle+:Allow users to sign in with their Google account, customize the user experience with Google+ info, pull people into your app with interactive posts, and add +1 buttons so users can recommend your content.Maps: lets you add powerful mapping capabilities to your Android application.Cloud messagning: Immediately notify your users about timely events by delivering lightweight messages from your web server. There are no charges to use Google Cloud Messaging.
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  • GoogleDay_17Apr2013

    1. 1. Persuasive ComputingPervasive ComputingGoogle Day Women in Technology April 17, 2013
    2. 2. Persuasive Computing 4/17/2013
    3. 3. Pervasive ComputingGoogle Glass 4/17/2013
    4. 4. Pervasive Computing Dr. Eiman Kanjo Associate Professor in Mobile Pervasive Computing ekanjo.c@KSU.EDU.SA4/17/2013
    5. 5. Pervasive Computing Google Glass 4/17/2013
    6. 6. Pervasive Computing Noura Alhakbani PhD Student nhakbani@KSU.EDU.SA4/17/2013
    7. 7. Google Maps• location based application• Simplicity and Speed• Work on mobiles4/17/2013
    8. 8. Google Maps - Controls Pan Show my location peg man Zoom4/17/2013
    9. 9. Different Overlays4/17/2013
    10. 10. STORY TELLING TEMPORAL – SPATIAL VISUALIZATION4/17/2013
    11. 11. History of Walmart Maps4/17/2013
    12. 12. Google Maps- Mars4/17/2013
    13. 13. Pervasive Computing Lulwah Albarrak MSc Student4/17/2013
    14. 14. Android Development Android innovation lets you build powerful, differentiated applications that use the latest mobile technologies.4/17/2013
    15. 15. Google services4/17/2013
    16. 16. Android Developer Tools
    17. 17. Distribute The most visited store in the world for android apps.
    18. 18. Android growth 3% 3% 3% 21%Android is the worldsmost popular mobile platform. 70% 2011 Source: IDC Worldwide Mobile Phone Tracker, Feb 2011 2010 2009
    19. 19. Our Apps NoiseSpy NeuroPlace mEmotion
    20. 20. Persuasive Computing Dr. Nesrine Zemirli Assistant Professor in IS Dept4/17/2013
    21. 21. Be personalized, Be inspired “ Smart User Profile for Smart Web Access” Dr. Nesrine Zemirli Assistant Professor - IS Department CCIS-KSU - SKERG Group@NesrineZem http://www.linkedin.com/pub/nesrine-zemirli/22/885/790 http://ccis.ksu.edu.sa/en
    22. 22. 4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 22
    23. 23. What’s the Search ?4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 23
    24. 24. Goal User (context) Access System Information (diverse, heterogeneous and huge) Satisfying the user’s needs regarding to the specific context from a huge, multimedia and diverse data4/17/2013 sources nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 24
    25. 25. Search ?• Information Access is the “ process to retrieve (extract ) the most relevant knowledge from a collection of data according to the user needs expressed by a query” – Retrieve / access – Collection / Data – User / Query4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 25
    26. 26. A Typical Web Search Engine4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 26
    27. 27. IR is an Iterative Process Goals Repositories Workspace17/04/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 27
    28. 28. User’s Information Collections Need Pre-process text input Parse Query Index Rank or Match Query Reformulation17/04/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 28
    29. 29. Found What I’m looking For ?4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 29
    30. 30. Personalized Information access Overview and challenges4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 30
    31. 31. Motivation (1/2) Programmer Tourist ResU1= ResU2 QU1= Retrieval QU2 Process BU1= QU1= QU2= BU2 {Java} {Java} Collections4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 31
    32. 32. Motivation (2/2) Programmer Tourist ResU ≠ ResU2 QU1 = 1 QU2 BU1 ≠ Personalized BU2 access QU1= Profile U1 Profile U2 QU2= {Java} {Java} Collections4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 32
    33. 33. Process User Personalized Query InformationWhich modelfor the user? Results User Modeling Personalized access Custumization How to use the user’s profile to:  Personalized the access  Customize the displaying the results 4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 33
    34. 34. User Profile ?4/17/2013
    35. 35. Use Model4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 35
    36. 36. WebCap Smart tool for inferring the user’s interests based on a real time implicit feedback Nesrine Zemirli. WebCap: Inferring the users Interests Based on a Real-Time Implicit Feedback. IEEE, Seventh International Conference on Digital Information Management (ICDIM 2012).4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 36
    37. 37. Our User Profile Model Smart User profile model User’s Activities Infer implicitly the degrees of interest of user4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa long-term interests 37
    38. 38. User’s Behaviors4/17/2013 nzemirli@ksu.edu.sa 38
    39. 39. Pervasive & Persuasive Computing Areej Al-Wabil Assistant Professor Human-Computer Interaction
    40. 40. Pervasive & Persuasive Computing HCI, BCI, Eye tracking at SKERG | skerg.ksu.edu.sa
    41. 41. Persuasive ComputingPervasive ComputingGoogle Day Women in Technology April 17, 2013

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