Remembering through lifelogging: A survey of human memory augmentation

@article{Harvey2016RememberingTL,
  title={Remembering through lifelogging: A survey of human memory augmentation},
  author={Morgan Harvey and Marc Langheinrich and Geoff Ward},
  journal={Pervasive and Mobile Computing},
  year={2016},
  volume={27},
  pages={14-26}
}
Human memory is unquestionably a vital cognitive ability but one that can often be unreliable. External memory aids such as diaries, photos, alarms and calendars are often employed to assist in remembering important events in our past and future. The recent trend for lifelogging, continuously documenting ones life through wearable sensors and cameras, presents a clear opportunity to augment human memory beyond simple reminders and actually improve its capacity to remember. This article surveys… CONTINUE READING
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