[dbjapan] 講演会 Dr Cathal Gurrin "Lifelogging. Creating the Personal Digital Assistant.
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- Date: Thu, 19 Jun 2014 15:19:13 +0900
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dbjapanの皆様 国立情報学研究所の神門 典子（かんど のりこ）と申します。 ショートノーティスでたいへん恐縮ですが、 明日、Dublin City UniversityからDr. Cathal Gurrin をお招きして"Lifelogging. Creating the Personal Digital Assistant"の講演会を開催いたします． お時間の許す方は、ぜひ、ご参加ください。 周囲のご関心のある方々にもお声掛けいだければ 幸いです。 なお、資料と会場の準備のため、もし、可能ならこの メール末尾の申込書をkando-secr <at> nii.ac.jpまで お送りいただけると、たいへん助かります。（登録なし での当日参加も、歓迎いたします。） * 日時: 2014年6月20日(金）13:30-14:30 * 場所: 国立情報学研究所 2009-2010号室（20階） http://www.nii.ac.jp/en/about/access/ * Speaker: Dr. Cathal Gurrin, Dublin City University, Dublin http://www.dcu.ie/info/staff_member.php?id_no=756 *Title: Lifelogging. Creating the Personal Digital Assistant. *Abstract: Lifelogging is a form of pervasive computing which represents a phenomenon whereby people can digitally record their own daily lives in varying amounts of detail, for a variety of purposes. In a sense it represents the ultimate “black box” of a human’s life activities and it offers huge potential for mining or inferring knowledge to assist us in daily life. We are currently observing a convergence of technologies which are creating the conditions for the emergence of lifelogging as a mainstream activity; computer storage has become cheap, there are readily available sensing technologies for both the person as well as location and environment and there is growing interest in the phenomenon of sensing and recording oneself, the quantified-self movement. In this talk I will introduce and motivate the concept of maintaining lifelogs,which are set to revolutionize our personal lives, healthcare, learning and productivity. I will discuss my own motivation for becoming a lifelogger, as well as what I have learned from this process. With the viewpoint of an Information Retrieval scientist, I will motivate and describe the technical challenges to be addressed and introduce the research to address these challenges, research that points to the potential advances when cognitive science meets computer science. Finally, I will introduce the technologies under development at various locations that attempt to efficiently gather flexible and extensible lifelogs. My experiences motivate this talk, as well as a passion for researching the technical challenges of Lifelogging. *Biography: Cathal Gurrin is a lecturer at the School of Computing, at Dublin City University, Ireland and he is an investigator at the Insight Centre for Data Analytics. Cathal is really a ‘hands-on’ researcher, so since June 2006, he has ‘lived his research’ and worn various sensing devices during waking hours. He has amassed a huge archive of 14 million wearable camera photos, weeks of video, sound samples and various other sensors such as location, movement, and nearby people. His research team is exploring how they can develop quantified self and lifelogging technologies that can have positive benefits in the real-world, with an initial focus on personalised healthcare and digital lifelogs. He has been the General Chair of ECIR 2011 and MMM 2014; he was the PC co-chair of ECIR 2010 and Sensecam 2013; and he was the posters/demos chair of ACM SIGIR 2013 and the demos chair of CIKM 2010. --------------------------------------------------
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