Privacy-Aware and Acceptable Lifelogging services for older and frail people

Privacy-Aware and Acceptable Lifelogging services for older and frail people

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Activity details

Our commitment has different lines of action: 1. As coordinator of the PAAL project, funded under the More Years Better Lives programme, we commit to: - increase the awareness of the ethical, legal, social, and privacy issues associated to lifelogging technologies; - propose privacy-aware lifelogging services for older and frail people, evaluating their acceptability issues and barriers to familiarity with technology, to elaborate on possible strategies for overcoming them, promoting the use of technologies of all kinds; and - develop specific applications referred to relevant use cases to support older people and their caregivers. 2. As chair of the IET International Conference on Technologies for Active and Assisted Living, we commit to disseminate the event among the EIP-AHA partners and report about the outcomes of each edition of the conference 3. Having a track record on the use of cameras and computer vision for different Active and Assisted living applications and the ethico-legal issues linked with their use, we will disseminate this knowledge among the EIP-AHA partners
Action Group:
Objective:
Lead organisation name: 
Research Group on Domotics and Ambient Intelligence, University of Alicante
Organisation country:
Contact person: 
Francisco Florez-Revuelta
Contact person email: 
francisco.florez@ua.es
Activity type:
Start date: 
14/01/2018
End date: 
31/03/2021
Last update: 19/01/2018

Current Status

Ongoing
The PAAL project (Privacy-Aware and Acceptable Lifelogging services for older and frail people), funded under the More Years Better Lives programme, will start in April 2018 and it has a duration of 3 years, until March 2021. There have been two edition of TechAAL (the IET International Conference of Technologies for Active and Assisted Living). The third edition is planned for October 2018. A number of research papers have been published on computer vision for Active and Assisted Living and on the ethico-legal issues associated to the use of cameras in private environments.

Results

No results were indicated for this commitment.

Outcomes

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