Utilising contextual memory retrieval cues and the ubiquity of the cell phone to review lifelogged physiological activities

@inproceedings{Doherty2009UtilisingCM,
  title={Utilising contextual memory retrieval cues and the ubiquity of the cell phone to review lifelogged physiological activities},
  author={Aiden R. Doherty and Kristin M. Tolle and Alan F. Smeaton},
  booktitle={IMCE '09},
  year={2009}
}
In today's healthcare world where we react to conditions that have already developed, lifelogging technologies may offer a glimpse into a future world of proactive healthcare where symptoms of conditions are detected at much earlier stages. At the end of last year it was estimated that there were 4 billion cell phones in the world, in comparison to just over 1 billon PCs. In this paper we discuss a framework, which leverages the ubiquity of the cell phone, to aggregate data from multiple… CONTINUE READING