10 April 2013

Free lecture: “Lifelogging”, an information retrieval challenge

Saving some of your memories on Facebook and Instagram is one thing, but how about creating a complete personal digital archive of everything you've seen and done?


Event details

Title:

“Lifelogging”, an information retrieval challenge

Date:

2013-04-19

Time:

11:30 am-12:30 pm

Location:

Building 80, level 1, room 2, City campus.


Further details

Find out about the latest research into creating a surrogate digital memory, or "Lifelogging", at this free seminar with Dr Cathal Gurrin, from Dublin City University.

Gurrin will be speaking about the issues involved in recording everything that you see and that happens to you, 24/7, and the consequent information retrieval challenges.

For more about Lifelogging, view Cathal's work as featured in a television program narrated by Morgan Freeman: http://youtu.be/oeaFYYHShlo.

No booking is necessary. If you are interested in giving a presentation in this seminar series, or to make suggestions for speakers, please contact Lawrence Cavedon, the seminar coordinator, lawrence.cavedon@rmit.edu.au.

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