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The Internet of Things makes human activity data – what people do, how they move, how they socialise – an abundant resource. However, this rich and intimate perspective on people, which uniquely shape and characterise their behaviours, can have tremendous ethical implication if data is handled irresponsibly. Being personal, contextual and accessible, mobile devices are key facilitators of (ir)responsible collection and use of data. In this workshop, we will use the Future Workshop approach to develop a research agenda towards an ethical data-centric design of intelligent behaviours. As part of this approach, we will (1) criticise the current mechanisms and infrastructure to frame ethical challenges, (2) fantasise on futures which support user and designer values, and (3) implement a research agenda for the MobileHCI community to emphasise the barriers to tackle. The outcomes of this workshop will foster ethical research and inspire the MobileHCI community.
Topics include but are not limited to:
- Personal activity data as design material
- Internet of Things as a design tool
- Responsibility and values in designing with data
- Co-analysis with data subjects, crowd-sourcing or AI
- Role of designers with data and AI
- “from data to actions”
- Design of data-driven and evolving things
- Social interaction with behaving things
- Pervasive everyday sensing
- Edge computing
- Distributed AI
Participation: Expression of Interest
To participate, submit a 1-2 paragraph expression of interest, indicating briefly how the workshop relates to your own work.
We will curate the submitted expressions of interest on quality and diversity.
This participation is Free and without the requirement to register for the full MobileHCI conference. Please submit your expression of interest as soon as possible!
Contact and participation submission: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jacky Bourgeois, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft.
Aaron Ding, Department of Engineering Systems and Services, TU Delft Computer Science, University of Helsinki.
Jered Vroon, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft.
Ella Peltonen, Center for Ubiquitous Computing, University of Oulu, Finland.
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