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Machine Learning Coffee seminar: Giulio Jacucci, University of Helsinki "Can Physiological Signals be used for Implicit Interaction with Information?"

Helsinki region machine learning researchers will start our week by an exciting machine learning talk. Coffee is served at 9:00 and the talk will begin at 9:15.
Machine Learning Coffee Seminar, image: Matti Ahlgren

Can Physiological Signals be used for Implicit Interaction with Information?

Giulio Jacucci
Professor of Computer Science
University of Helsinki

Abstract:

Would it be nice if computers would be able to empathize with us effortlessly and understand what we are interested in or what is entertaining to us while looking for information and consuming content ? The talk will introduce physiological signals as input to computing systems outside of the medical domain. A definition of implicit interaction will be presented along with roles it can have in improving the experience of users. Several recent cases will be present to assess how far we are from using physiological signals including reflecting on current challenges.

See the next talks at the seminar webpage.

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