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Session I: Using Reality Mining to Improve Public Health and Medicine

Alex Pentland (MIT), David Lazer (Harvard, Northeastern), Devon Brewer (Interdisciplinary Scientific Research), Tracy Heibeck (Cogito, Inc). 10/12/2009

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Re f2f Exposure
I’ve wondered whether the ideas presented here could also look at the impact of “triggering events”, aside from disease. What is the impact, for example, of a major sports/tourist (triggering) event on the movement of residents/visitors within a region?

Are there other ways to collect movement data (eg tourist kiosks, hotel data, gas stations, subway/bus/taxi data, highway cams) and look at such interactions and movement?

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