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NYU-Poly CUSP Workshop, March 2013

NYU-Poly CUSP Workshop, March 2013

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  • mobiles, data & behaviour@neal_lathiacomputer laboratory, university of cambridge
  • “by 2025, when most of today’spsychology undergraduates will be intheir mid-30s, more than 5 billionpeople on our planet will be usingultra-broadband, sensor-richsmartphones far beyond the abilitiesof today’s iPhones, Androids, andBlackberries.” Miller
  • “mobile devices and the mobile internetrepresent an extremely challenging searchenvironment. Limited screen space,restricted text-input and interactivity andimpatient users all conspire...” Church & Smyth
  • “...data harvesting through mobile phonesstill presents a variety of challenges […]energy consumption is still very high for bothdata transmission and resource-intensivelocal computation...” Rachuri et al. (2011)
  • challengesinteraction device inference
  • data challengesusing data collecting data learning from data
  • 1: public transport
  • 2: behaviour change
  • infers behaviouralmeasure deliver intervention evaluate
  • infers behaviouralmeasure deliver intervention evaluate
  • infers behaviouralmeasure deliver intervention evaluate
  • 3: six open research challenges
  • 3:1 the energy race war
  • 3:2 inference: making sense from sensors
  • 3:3 generalisability: a future for open tools?
  • 3:4 participation: compliance, engagement?
  • 3:5 reconciliating with privacy
  • 3:6 evaluating for change
  • mobiles, data & behaviour@neal_lathiacomputer laboratory, university of cambridge