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Lifelogging and EEG: Utilising Neural Signals for Sorting Lifelog Image Data

Publication Type: 
Refereed Conference Meeting Proceeding
Abstract: 
Lifelogging– particularly image capture – is capable of generating vast amounts of image data of complex human activates and events which can be difficult to automatically sort and navigate. In this work we demonstrate how neural signals from EEG (Electroencephalography) can be used to help sort and navigate these datasets at high speed. By using EEG we can detect a variety of attention related neural responses to viewing lifelogimages which in turn allows us to sort them from the subjective perspective of which images caught the person’s attention most significantly.
Conference Name: 
2014 Quantified Self Europe Conference
Proceedings: 
2014 Quantified Self Europe Conference
Digital Object Identifer (DOI): 
10.NA
Publication Date: 
10/05/2014
Conference Location: 
Netherlands
Research Group: 
Institution: 
Dublin City University (DCU)
Open access repository: 
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