Mobile and wearable technologies such as smartphones, smartwatches, and fitness trackers are growing more ubiquitous by the day. Unlike experiments carried out in traditional lab settings, they are allowing us to track a growing array of biological measures in mass populations, with many prompting behavioral changes based on this data, such as sitting less or sleeping more. The increasing complexity and accuracy of this data, in concert with the application of artificial intelligence, are empowering users to make more informed choices that impact not only their lifestyle and physical health, but potentially their mental health and cognitive functioning as well. This webinar will examine how humans are increasingly integrating with technologies, and how as these apps grow more advanced, they are enabling a new type of active, two-way interaction that could provide benefits well beyond the passive collection of data.
During this webinar, viewers will:
- Discover how integrating mobile/wearable technologies into our daily lives can provide useful and actionable physical and mental health data
- Learn how technology can influence our behavior and how we can encourage more positive than negative outcomes
- Listen in as our experts discuss future opportunities for using these technologies to enhance cognitive function and physical fitness
- Have the opportunity to ask questions during the live broadcast.
This Webinar will last for approximately 60 minutes.
Related conference event
The Tianqiao and Chrissie Chen Institute and Science will hold the first annual conference on breakthroughs in cognitive science October 6 – 7, 2021. This year’s conference will be held virtually and will highlight two emerging areas:
- Day 1: Recent progress in Affective Computing/Emotion/Facial Expression
- Day 2: Machine Learning/Speech/Language
To learn more and register for the conference, click here. Registrants for this webinar will receive a 20% discount code for the conference.