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An Overview of Privacy for Mobile Sensing Systems

Monday, February 26, 2024


Jason Hong, PhD
Professor of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University


About the Webinar:

In this presentation, Dr. Jason Hong will summarize everything he has learned about mobile privacy over the past two decades, focusing mostly on pragmatic issues. He will touch on issues of law, user interface and system design, and technology as well as share his insights on how the field might move forward.

About Jason Hong:

Dr. Jason Hong is a professor in the HCI Institute in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Dr. Hong works at the intersection of human-computer interaction (HCI), privacy, security, and computing systems. His work discovers novel utility of sensors for improving human lives while making security and privacy easier for every human. He is advising the mDOT team on ensuring users’ behavioral privacy and anonymity during mHealth biomarker data analytics, optimization of sensor-triggered mHealth interventions, and real-life deployment of mHealth interventions. More about Jason Hong.

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