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Abstract or Description

Our Digital Human Memory project (Lin & Hauptmann, 2002) aims to collect and index every aspect of human daily experiences in digital form. By wearing a spy camera, microphones, and a BodyMedia armband, the wearer can collect rich records in a unobtrutive fashion, and many applications can build on top of such multimodal collections. For example, digital human memory can serve as a memory prosthesis to help the wearer recall past events; the habits or anomalies of the wearer can be analyzed from digital human memory. The physiological recordings recorded by a Bodymedia armband provides complementary dimensions of the wearer’s experiences, and play an important role in identifying wearer’s context and activities.



Published In

Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML'04).