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by: Emile Aarts,
type: Articles
in: 35 Ambient Intelligence

Ambient Intelligence environments are characterized by their ubiquity, transparency and intelligence. Ubiquity because the user is surrounded by a multitude of interconnected embedded systems. Transparency because the equipment is invisible and integrated into the background of the user's surroundings. Intelligence because the system is able to recognize the people that live in it, adapt itself to them, learn from their behaviour, and even show emotion.more....

by: IST Advisory Group,
type: Articles
in: 35 Ambient Intelligence

ISTAG suggests that Ambient Intelligence research increasingly needs “to allow people to live in their own future” in order to bring that research closer to the needs of citizens and business. ISTAG recommends that a European network of Experience and Application Research Centres (EARCs) should be established for this purpose.more....

by: Rob van Kranenburg,
type: Articles
in: 35 Ambient Intelligence

This paper is about converging trends in current perspectives on art and the body, and society and the hybrid identities of digital and analogue connectivities. These trends have repercussions for the way biometrics can evidence security and security issues.more....

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