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An Introduction to Retrieval and Reminiscence from Lifelog Archives at NTCIR
Proceedings of the 5th Annual on Lifelog Search Challenge
In recent years, various software and hardware tools have entered the consumer market which enable users to log data about their lives on a continuous basis. Popular examples include self-tracking devices or apps such as Fitbit or Garmin that allow users to keep track of their physical activities or to monitor their biometrics. The process of gathering such multi-modal data from multiple sources is also referred to as lifelogging.doi:10.1145/3512729.3533004 fatcat:ow2na3otgvacfk4xkdwverw4cm