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Describes the UbiGreen project at the University of Washington (joint with CMU, Intel Labs, and Microsoft Research). The project attempts to use low-cost sensing, inference, and feedback to allow people to make better choices with respect to their use of precious resources. This project is an example of the larger thrust of activity-based ubiquitous computing.
This was presented at the 3rd U.S.-China Computer Science Leadership Summit at Peking University, Beijing China on June 15, 2010.