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The Mobile Computing Platform after Smartphones - Prof Romit Roy Choudhury: MSR Cambridge, Lecture Series

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This talk argues that “earables” could be the next milestone in mobile computing after smartphones. With numerous sensors, processors, and radios getting embedded into modern earphones, we envision a new eco-system around the ear. Earables will run voice assistants like Alexa; will sense human motion and gestures; will track health metrics through the ear; and will open new forms of interactions, such as acoustic AR/VR. The leap from today’s ear-phones to “earables” could mimmic the transformation from basic-phones to smart phones. This talk will attempt to foresee the road ahead, with a focus on some of the research questions in the short and long term.

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