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(MoMo) Using Mobile Phones to Support Communication

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Nava Tintarev

on 16 September 2011

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Transcript of (MoMo) Using Mobile Phones to Support Communication

Mobile phones...
...and other devices
Personal communication
Communication rates
Pre-stored utterances I can manage up to 15 words a minute. "I know what it is like to be fed potatoes all my life. After all, potatoes are a good basic food for everyday, easy to fix in many different ways. I hate potatoes! But then, who knew that but me? I know what it is like to be dressed in red and blues when my favorite colors are mint greens, lemon yellows, and pinks. I mean really, can you imagine?" Using Mobile Phones to Support Communication Increased connectivity
Increased portability


Audio/free text analysis
Privacy challenges Dr. Nava Tintarev
n.tintarev@abdn.ac.uk
http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~ntintare Nava Tintarev, Ehud Reiter, Joe Reddington
Rolf Black, Annalu Waller
Universities of Aberdeen and Dundee Taghex vs ID lookup J2ME -> Servlet
(Encrypted) Local PC
via VPN Stored locally
(+static images) Ghost reader GUI
Then I went to Junior Primary instead of Reading.

- Right! No reading?! Junior Primary?I wonder why that was.

A visitor was there.

- Oh, a visitor, right. I wonder what the visitor was doing?

The Dental Hygienist came to give a talk.”

- Oh! Dental hygienist.

A visitor was there.

- That was the visitor. Okay. That’s why you went to junior primary, mmh.

What did you think of the talk?

- She is nice.
Utterance-based
Automatically generated content
Event boundaries
Embellishments
Lexical variation
Additional data Communication Aids How was school today...? Architecture Data2Text Where to next? Questions? Lessons learned... Robustness
Scaffolding
Predictability
UI (input modality, HCI)
Own voice
"In the wild" issues (tech. and people)
Allocating resources
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