Human Assisted Technology
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Lately, I’ve been thinking about technology and efficiency. Specifically, about robots and jobs they can do better than humans in regards to healthcare (for humans). We have technology that helps to provide healthcare today. We have technology to help screen for diseases, IBM’s Watson, technology to help with surgeries, Da Vinci Surgical System, and more. […]

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Nike+ Experience

I’ve been a runner and Nike+ user for a littler over a year. I’ve always been a fan of the simple interface, and great accuracy. I also always seem to listen to music while I run, which made carrying my iPhone a no-brainer for me. All I had to do was slap my phone on […]

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Living with Wearable Tech

This past weekend I had the great pleasure of presenting (once again) at the amazing Midwest UX conference in Columbus, OH. I must say that the event was very well put together, and very well attended. I had an absolute blast speaking, meeting up with old friends, meeting great new people, and learning a ton. […]

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Design Critique: Jawbone UP

What is the Jawbone UP Jawbone UP is a wearable technology powered by an mobile application which tracks your steps, distance, calories burned, inactive and active workouts, as well as tracking your sleep patterns. The system consists of a sleek wristband device, and an iPhone application. The wristband itself is small with one button and […]

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