Discussing the Social Impacts of Self-Tracking and Data Science – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 537

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Dr. Dawn Nafus, Senior Research Scientist at Intel, joins us live from the Intel AI Lounge at SXSW 2017. Nafus is a social anthropologist with Intel Labs and conducts research into how technologies can be made more meaningful to peoples’ lives. Nafus attended SXSW to hold a signing for her latest book, “Self Tracking (MIT Press Essential Knowledge Series),” which examines how and why people collect and analyze data from wearable sensors. Nafus additionally participated in Intel’s Unleashing Power for Everyone panel discussion. In this interview, Nafus discusses patterns of adoption for IoT self-tracking technologies, how people are using and sharing self-tracking data, and her work with Intel Labs to develop Data Sense, an online application that empowers people without statistical backgrounds to find useful insights in data.

To learn more about Nafus’ work, please visit:
makesenseofdata.com

Follow her on Twitter at:
twitter.com/dawnnafus

To learn more about Intel technologies powering IoT solutions, please visit:
intel.com/iot

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