Imagine that your phone and home can use non-obtrusive sensing and statistical pattern recognition to infer just a bit about what you are doing, as you are doing it. How might that transform healthcare as we know it, and how do we develop algorithms that work 24/7/365?
Suppose we combine the new ability of computers to detect behavior and context in real-time with our best knowledge of human behavior change and decision-making. Can we develop powerful new theories and technologies to support just-in-time health-related behavior change systems?
Personal health informatics
Soon our our homes and phones will help us to gather information on our health and health-related behaviors. How can new user-interfaces be built that provide person-facing personalized health systems that help individuals stay healthy and happy throughout their life?
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