Play, Pause, Rewind - The Era of Archived Lifetimes

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From mobile devices to pervasive computing. When we store our data, we enter the era of archived lifetimes and lifelogging.

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Play, Pause, Rewind - The Era of Archived Lifetimes

  1. 1. Play, Pause, Rewind The Era of Archived Lifetimes Dr Cathal Gurrin (Insight Centre for Data Analytics, Dublin City University) Lifelogger - Researcher - Educator @cathal - cathal@gmail.com Mayo2040 - 13th November 2014
  2. 2. What if you never had to forget anything again?
  3. 3. In the era of archived lifetimes you will be able to summon up any memory or life experience… Change the way we work and learn, improve our health, change relationships… It will change what it means to be human, and it is happening now. In fact, it is inevitable…
  4. 4. Agenda Pervasive Computing The Phone as a Sensor Archived Lifetimes
  5. 5. Omnipresent Access - General Computing Devices 1995 1997 1999 20142014 2013 2012 2012 201020092008 2006 2003 20042001 Oral Communication
  6. 6. The iPhone 5 is 60,000 times more powerful than the computer that guided the Apollo 11 astronauts to the moon. Increasingly Powerful
  7. 7. Increasingly Low Cost and more Powerful €35 tablets; big disks, ubiquitous computing
  8. 8. Desktop Laptop Mobile Wearable Implants 80s 90s 00s 10s 20s Mobile Wearable Beginning of pervasive computing The early days Nobody knows
  9. 9. So we enter an era of pervasive computing.
  10. 10. Is this for real? • Wearable Computing • New in 2012 • Novel in 2013 • Promising in 2014 • Mainstream in 2015
  11. 11. We don’t see mobile devices as access devices. We see them as sensors.
  12. 12. Agenda Pervasive Computing The Phone as a Sensor Archived Lifetimes
  13. 13. Pervasive Computing Today
  14. 14. Google Glass
  15. 15. Omnipresent sensors, that enable a whole new
 era of services that understand the individual
  16. 16. Understanding The User Context Raw$ Sensors$ What$doing$ What$ Environment$ Movement$ • Ac8vity$ • Energy$ Where$Who$is$there$ When$$ Why$
  17. 17. SIMPLE CONTEXT UNDERSTAND USER HEALTH
  18. 18. DEEP CONTEXT UNDERSTAND WHATTHE USER SEES Computer Vision and Machine Learning
  19. 19. Enabling new services that know: where the user is, what the user is doing, who is there, etc.. These 2014 mobile devices can know more about us
 than we know ourselves
  20. 20. OBENTO sushi kit Shop Smart Save €1.55 at: Dunnes - 2.1KM (map) NEW SERVICES UNDERSTANDTHE USER ENVIRONMENT
  21. 21. So.. why not flick the ‘store switch’? Beginning a whole new era of personal computing…
  22. 22. Agenda Pervasive Computing The Phone as a Sensor Archived Lifetimes
  23. 23. Using mobile devices and information devices to automatically record everything you see, hear, learn and experience. Creates a complete and accurate record of an individual - a Lifelog. First generation devices are on the market now and people have begun to do this. Archived Lifetimes
  24. 24. Lifelogging enables the concept of a surrogate memory. A private digital archive that sees what you see, hears what you hear, ‘knows you’ and is always available to help you.
  25. 25. Lifelogging has been around for decades.1920 Today Dymaxion
 Chronofile Memex 1950 2000 Steve Mann MyLifeBits First Market
 Devices
  26. 26. In 2014, lifelogging
 can generate
 thousands of
 images per day, hours of audio and tens of thousands of
 data and sensor
 readings per day. Images, audio, locations, movements, temperature, heartbeats, interactions, communications, information, activities…
  27. 27. Enabling the ‘Internet of Me’ Private Lifelog Life Enriching Value A personal search engine for life
 experience
  28. 28. New Opportunities • Health - personalised health, new tailored treatments • Productivity - greater understanding of self, enhanced knowledge access, enhanced productivity • Personal - never forget anything • Security - your own security data, self-protection (sousveillance) • Societal - more productive and healthy population, a better understood population • … and many more …
  29. 29. EXTERNAL MEMORY NEVER FORGET AGAIN / ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT
  30. 30. Colour of Life
 (objects, people, products) VISUALISING LIFE UNDERSTAND AND OPTIMISEYOUR LIFE
  31. 31. PERSONAL HEALTH ENHANCED KNOWLEDGE FORTHE USER
  32. 32. BETTER UNDERSTANDING WHAT MAKESYOU STRESSED?
  33. 33. UNDERSTANDING A CITY POPULATION-WIDE ANALYTICS ! !
  34. 34. EXTERNALISING MEMORY SEARCHYOUR PAST EXPERIENCES OBENTO sushi kit History Search You ate this in March. You did not like it.
  35. 35. FRIEND SEARCH SEARCHYOUR PAST EXPERIENCES Cathal Gurrin DCU Person Search You met in March in DCU.
  36. 36. Archived lives will create a whole new set of
 opportunities & challenges for
 industry and society. A new Google for archived lives, but; Huge data storage challenges Data security with huge consequences Privacy of the lifelogger and bystanders
  37. 37. Privacy Privacy and reputation of the lifelogger and the subjects/ bystanders.
  38. 38. In Summary Mobile devices become context-aware pervasive
 computing devices Throw the ‘store switch’ .. begin the era of
 lifelogging and surrogate memories New challenges and opportunities Then consider the impact of implantable devices
  39. 39. THANKYOU cathal@gmail.com & @cathal http://www.computing.dcu.ie/~cgurrin/ Any Questions? (c) DCU 2014 LifeLogging: Personal Big Data Cathal Gurrin,Alan F. Smeaton,Aiden R. Doherty Published: 16 June 2014 Do a google search and download the book from the DCU website.

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