The Future of Wellbeing with Ubiquitous Sensing

Mar 11, 2019

9:30am – 10:30am CT

Recording: The Future of Wellbeing with Ubiquitous Sensing, Mar 11, 2019

The panel will explore how sensors can shape the future of work and personal life to make people happier and healthier. Ubiquitous sensors have the power to measure every aspect of people's work, home, and bodies 24/7. Yet can sensors be used as a workplace "big brother"? How can we ensure that these technologies are used for greater individual and societal good? This panel presents cutting edge research on human sensing that can subtly influence human actions and perceptions, such as jewelry that regulates appetite and camera signals that detect emotion. Panelists from industry and academia include technologists who develop state of the art sensors and experts in human-computer interaction and psychology who will discuss the potential impact of sensors for workplace health and wellbeing.

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.

Programming descriptions are generated by participants and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of SXSW.

Andrew Campbell

Dartmouth College

Tanzeem Choudhury

Cornell University/Healthrhythms

Mary Czerwinski

Microsoft Research

Gloria Mark

University of California, Irvine

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Panel

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Track:

Future Workplace presented by ADP

Level:

Advanced