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There is more technology can do to teach us about ourselves and how to improve our lives, making us better and happier in the process. Join us this evening to learn about how listening to our bodies can help us understand ourselves, and how changing our habits can literally change our lives!
Professor Anna Barney (Professor of biomedical acoustic engineering in the Institute of Sound and Vibration Research at the University of Souhampton. )
This talk will explore the sounds made by your body, especially speech sounds and sounds from your lungs and how we can listen to them, analyse them and use them to monitor your health.
Who wants to live forever? Then burn the chairs
Professor m.c. schraefel (Professor of computer science and human performance- leads a lab where our mission is to explore if how and where interactive technology can help #makeNormalBetter for all. )
Everything about us - how we feel, think, act - is all based in our physical selves. Those physical selves are constantly adapting. How well we adapt over our lives reflects how we grow and age and die. So how do you want to feel five, ten, fifty years from now? Better or Worse than right now? Right now our cultural designs ensure most of us will age terribly. So how do we re-design today's normal to have a fantastic tomorrow? And what can you do, for yourself, right now, to thrive forever?
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