USC Annenberg Center for the Digital Future
Interactive Q & A on Biofeedforward Interfaces that Learn How You Learn and Devices that Respond to Your Thoughts
We communicate our mental world through every movement we make. Joseph will interactively discuss his recently patented Evolution Technology, a new, disruptive field of technology and applications. By measuring how we move, Evolution Technology allows any programmable device to understand human thought, personality, gender, age, and more, and respond accordingly.
Joseph has asked for questions in advance from the audience to guide the discussion. To submit a question for Joseph to discuss during his talk, please go here: http://bit.ly/OlX12n.
BioJoseph Carrabis is Founder and CRO of The NextStage Companies (NextStage Evolution, NextStage Global and NextStage Analytics), companies that specialize in helping clients improve their marketing efforts and understand customer behavior. Most recently he introduced "Neuromarketing Without the Wires" to Critical Mass, demonstrating how to market to consumers' minds economically. Carrabis is also a Senior Research Fellow at USC's Annenberg Center for the Digital future, a Senior Research Fellow and Board Advisory Member for the Society for New Communications Research, a Founder, Senior Researcher and Director of Predictive Analytics for the Center for Adaptive Solutions and a member of Scientists Without Borders. He was selected as an International Ambassador for Psychological Science in 2010 specializing in trauma and AIDS therapies.
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SIGCHI is a forum for the study of human-computer interaction (HCI) and includes research and development efforts leading to the design and evaluation of user interfaces. The focus of SIGCHI is on how people communicate and interact with computer systems. SIGCHI serves as a forum for the exchange of ideas among computer scientists, human factor scientists, psychologists, social scientists, systems designers and end users. (from ACM SIGCHI)
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