International Sympiosium on Intelligent Environments (ISIE)

Venue: Homerton College

Location: Cambridge, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Apr 05, 2006 End Date/Time: Apr 07, 2006
Registration Date: Mar 20, 2006
Early Registration Date: Feb 28, 2006
Paper Submission Date: Jan 13, 2006
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We hope that the outcome of this symposium will lay the ground work to assist and accelerate positive changes in the way we research, develop, and, ultimately use technology in our future everyday life environments. We aim to bring together top researchers from a variety of disciplines involving: sociologists, psychologists, philosophers, technologists, interaction designers, futurists, life sciences experts, and artists to stimulate and promote interdisciplinary research.
We hope to see the more meaningful descriptions of the overall big research challenges that we face, the effects on society and the way we live, the threats, the possibilities, what we have achieved so far and what we have failed to address. Taking into account the results and the feedback from the “Less is more”-Forum in April 2005 we intend to tackle the following questions:

How are ambient technologies perceived today?
What is needed to increase acceptance in the future?
What does “Intelligence” really mean? Is less really more?
What are the major big research challenges to address? Where have we failed so far?

The event will include refereed papers, posters, demos, design ideas and panel discussions.


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