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Credit Card Finder: Purse Snaps Shut
And Stops Owners From Spending Too
Much
Simone Rebaudengo: Underused
Products Let Owners Know They’d Be
Better Off Elsewhere
EMPATHY TECH
Behavioral Nudge 04
9iq.intel.com/real-world-web
Connected products are capable
of monitoring daily routines
to understand behavioral
patterns and weigh them against
predetermined goals as a way
to help people stay on track
or incrementally change their
lives. By interceding at key
moments with timely prompts,
these systems can nudge people
towards smarter decisions in the
moment, which can contribute to
improved physical and emotional
well-being.
04.
Behavioral
Nudge
Connected products are capable
of monitoring daily routines
to understand behavioral
patterns and weigh them against
predetermined goals as a way
to help people stay on track
or incrementally change their
lives. By interceding at key
moments with timely prompts,
these systems can nudge people
towards smarter decisions in the
moment, which can contribute to
improved physical and
emotional well-being.
Lucas Neumann: High-Tech Stress Ball
Keeps Procrastination At Bay
“We may well see wearable devices and/or home and
workplace sensors that can help us make ongoing lifestyle
changes and provide early detection for disease risks,
not just disease. We may literally be able to adjust both
medications and lifestyle changes on a day-by-day basis or
even an hour-by-hour basis, thus enormously magnifying
the effectiveness of an ever more understaffed medical
delivery system.”
— Aron Roberts. Software Developer.
University of California-Berkeley
“Implantable chips that monitor the number of steps we
take, hours we sleep, all of our vital signs, blood chemistry
and beyond. The chip data will be used to adjust our
medications, offer suggestions to change our behavior
and automatically send an ambulance — self-driving, of
course.”
— Clara Shih. CEO and Founder. Hearsay Social.
“The integration of sensors in products is already careening down the path of more
personalized feedback for users. The challenge here, however, is how to work towards
personalized feedback that doesn’t isolate people from one another and instead seeks to
promote the social relationships that are so fundamental to the things that we do in our daily
lives. ”
— Maria Bezaitis, PhD and Principal Engineer of Intel’s User Experience Ethnographic Research Lab
INTEL EXPERT

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Credit Card Finder: Purse Snaps Shut And Stops Owners From Spending Too Much Simone Rebaudengo: Underused Products Let Owners Know They’d Be Better Off Elsewhere EMPATHY TECH Behavioral Nudge 04 9iq.intel.com/real-world-web Connected products are capable of monitoring daily routines to understand behavioral patterns and weigh them against predetermined goals as a way to help people stay on track or incrementally change their lives. By interceding at key moments with timely prompts, these systems can nudge people towards smarter decisions in the moment, which can contribute to improved physical and emotional well-being. 04. Behavioral Nudge Connected products are capable of monitoring daily routines to understand behavioral patterns and weigh them against predetermined goals as a way to help people stay on track or incrementally change their lives. By interceding at key moments with timely prompts, these systems can nudge people towards smarter decisions in the moment, which can contribute to improved physical and emotional well-being. Lucas Neumann: High-Tech Stress Ball Keeps Procrastination At Bay “We may well see wearable devices and/or home and workplace sensors that can help us make ongoing lifestyle changes and provide early detection for disease risks, not just disease. We may literally be able to adjust both medications and lifestyle changes on a day-by-day basis or even an hour-by-hour basis, thus enormously magnifying the effectiveness of an ever more understaffed medical delivery system.” — Aron Roberts. Software Developer. University of California-Berkeley “Implantable chips that monitor the number of steps we take, hours we sleep, all of our vital signs, blood chemistry and beyond. The chip data will be used to adjust our medications, offer suggestions to change our behavior and automatically send an ambulance — self-driving, of course.” — Clara Shih. CEO and Founder. Hearsay Social. “The integration of sensors in products is already careening down the path of more personalized feedback for users. The challenge here, however, is how to work towards personalized feedback that doesn’t isolate people from one another and instead seeks to promote the social relationships that are so fundamental to the things that we do in our daily lives. ” — Maria Bezaitis, PhD and Principal Engineer of Intel’s User Experience Ethnographic Research Lab INTEL EXPERT

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