It was August 10th, at MIT’s Media Lab, and about 25 people came out.
We were hosted by Prof. Sandy Pentland’s Human Dynamics group, whose own description is: “We have invented the technology of reality mining, which uses sensor data to extract subtle patterns that predict future human behavior.”
— The Speakers —
from the Human Dynamics group:
1. Nadav Aharony — presenting a talk on the “Friends and Family” study, using Android phones to measure the personal and social lives of people in graduate housing communities.