Our daily life started becoming digital over a decade ago. Now much of what we do is digitally recorded and accessible. A Personal Life Archive is a surrogate memory, that can operate in synergy with our own organic memories and allow us to store a lifetime of experiences achieved through the use of cheap and ubiquitous wearable, software and environmental sensors as well as a new generation of personal search engine that operates on the individual scale.
Cathal Gurrin, is the SFI Stokes lecturer at the School of Computing at Dublin City University, Ireland and a visiting researcher at the University of Tromso, Norway.
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