Tao Dong, Mark Newman, Mark Ackerman
In the past few years, we have seen a wave of new "smart" consumer products that make everyday places aware of our activities. There are thermostats that adjust temperatures based on occupancy , doors that alert us when we forget to close them, and "beacons" that track our indoor locations . With recent advances in sensor technologies and the Internet of Things, every corner of our world is slated to gain some capability of capturing our activity traces. As everyday places become more aware of what we do, an enormous volume of activity traces can be captured and potentially…
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