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Activity recognition in naturalistic environments

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The development of automated systems for the analysis of human movement and behaviour is a major aim of ubiquitous computing. While the untapped potential especially for medical and lifestyle applications is huge, so far, there are barely any systems sufficiently robust to be useful under real-life conditions. In this talk I will discuss some of the reasons for this lack of in-the-wild deployments, how deep learning can address some of the emerging issues, and how practitioners in ubicomp / machine learning need to adapt study designs and evaluation approaches for naturalistic settings like the private home.

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