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Computing and Autism: How a real-world challenge drives a computing research agenda

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Since 2002, I have targeted much of my research to challenges relating to autism. While this started and is continually fueled by a very personal motivation, I have been struck by how many interesting computing problems have surfaced in the context of trying to solve challenges relating to autism. In this talk, I will give an overview of a variety of problem-driven challenges I and my collaborators have addressed and how in some cases the problem has opened up a rich computing problem to explore.

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