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An overview of Lifelogging after 9 years for a Quantified Self Audience. Most of the work highlighted here is from the Insight Centre for Data Analytics & Dublin City University.

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Qs2015

  1. 1. A 15 MILLION IMAGE LIFELOG THOUGHTS & EXPERIENCES Cathal Gurrin - @cathal Dublin City University & Insight Centre for Data Analytics Quantified Self 2015
 (Expo) 20 June 2015
  2. 2. Using mobile/wearable devices and information loggers 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
  3. 3. Private Archive The Internet of Me Life Enriching Value A personal search engine for life experience SIGNIFICANT POTENTIAL
  4. 4. Long-term, my goal is to develop a surrogate memory. A private digital archive that operates in synergy with your own memory is always available to assist you.
  5. 5. Lifelogging has been around for decades. 1920 Today Dymaxion
 Chronofile Memex 1950 2000 Steve Mann MyLifeBits First Market
 Devices
  6. 6. HARDWARE & SENSORS
  7. 7. Ideally we need a sensor that can record everything experience, in many dimensions…
  8. 8. VISUAL LOGGING
  9. 9. Easy to do audio logging also,
 but people don’t like it… What about touch, taste, smell?
  10. 10. OMG Autographer (2000+ per day) Narrative Clip (2000+ per day) Google Glass (400 per day) Vicon Revue (4500+ per day) notforsale
  11. 11. HOW MUCH DATA? L i f e l o g g i n g - P e r s o n a l B i g Data… from the F o u n d a t i o n a n d Trends in Information Retrieval series. Free d o w n l o a d , a s k Google. $50 per year without video
  12. 12. PART OF A LIFELOG - MY LIFELOG Autographer Panasonic 4K Google Glass Moves App Google Fit BASIS Watch Strava RescueTime LoggerMan Camlapse MyTracks OpenPaths CameraPhoneInstagram Media Lifelogging Activity EyeAware Platform Information Access SMS Backup CallRecorderPro VoiceRecorder WebServices Swarm Location 23&Me EEG Diet Others Health Last.fm NarrativeClip
  13. 13. SOFTWARE Ideally one integrated platform, but there is none.
  14. 14. Reporter App Reporter &The Annual Reports Nick Feltron
  15. 15. Teemu Arina - Lifelog using Google Calendar
  16. 16. Conventional QS style lifelog
  17. 17. OMG AutographerViewer software
  18. 18. OMG AutographerViewer software
  19. 19. Narrative Clip Event Detection Sharing Search API coming in the
 next few months
  20. 20. EYEAWARE PLATFORM Event Segmentation - Concept Filtering
  21. 21. CONCEPT FILTERING VISUAL INSIGHTS USING AI (DEEP LEARNING)
  22. 22. EYEAWARE PLATFORM Multi-sensor mapping for insights
  23. 23. EYEAWAREVISUALISATIONS
  24. 24. EXTERNAL MEMORY NEVER FORGET AGAIN / ALZHEIMER’S SUPPORT
  25. 25. POPULATION RESEARCH POPULATION-WIDE ANALYTICS - LOOK FOR LOGOS,OBJECTS. ! !
  26. 26. But who do you trust with your data?
  27. 27. LOGGERMAN SEMANTIC MEMORIES
  28. 28. Mouse movements, keystrokes, application windows, applications run, clipboard, etc… all stored locally.
  29. 29. Privacy Awareness - Negative Face Blurring
  30. 30. POTENTIAL
  31. 31. New Opportunities • Health - personalised health, new tailored treatments • Productivity - greater understanding of self, enhanced knowledge access, enhanced productivity • Personal - life search engine <— My Focus • Security - your own security data, self-protection (sousveillance) • Societal - more productive and healthy population, a better understood population • … and many more …
  32. 32. Few devices Limited software providing rich semantics & effective search Privacy (lifelogging looks out, QS looks in) Trust for sharing and storage However…
  33. 33. EXPERIENCES
  34. 34. 2006 - 2015
  35. 35. EXPERIENCES • Get data now, you can not get data retrospectively • New tools and software will extract value • Privacy of the data. It will be a target for people • Storage problems.Where to store it? • Trust.Who do you trust? • Few real-world problems • New insights, more healthy and active lifestyle, less computer time • Increased social interactions and desire for colour in life wall.
  36. 36. THANKYOU Cathal Gurrin @cathal Any Questions? L i f e l o g g i n g - P e r s o n a l B i g Data… from the F o u n d a t i o n a n d Trends in Information Retrieval series. Free d o w n l o a d , a s k Google.

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