Laboratory for Analytic Sciences
Instrumentation of knowledge worker’s actions on their computers is a key enabler to gaining a continuous and detailed understanding of sensemaking processes and workflows. The data from this instrumentation is starting to enable the development of analytics that could underpin future smart digital assistant technologies. These analytics include activity summarization, task-centric document curation, task-centric recommendations, and automated association of sensemaking artifacts, such as claims and evidence. During his time at the LAS, Paul has been focussed on the Instrumentation, Journaling and Metrology projects – he will describe many of the lessons learned and outcomes from these efforts, as well as potential future research directions.
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