Principal Engineer (Sr. Director), Design|UX, Intel Labs - Intel Corporation
This keynote reflects on the role that intelligent systems and ambient computing may play in future homes and cities, with a specific emphasis on populations aged 65 and beyond. Leveraging insights from a global study that she recently led, Dr. Daria Loi will contextualize the research domain, overview her ambient computing vision, and discuss implications and opportunities of designing intelligent systems for older adults. Her talk will ultimately advocate for adopting Participatory Design approaches, to ensure that intelligent, ambient technologies are developed with (instead of for) end users.
Daria Loi is a senior creative leader with 20+ years’ experience in and passion for mixing design strategy with UX research & innovation to enrich people’s everyday life. In her current Principal Engineer role at Intel Corporation, she focuses on distributed sensing and AI, with emphasis on smart home, aging in place and smart workspaces. Before Intel, she was architect in Italy and Senior Research Fellow at RMIT University in Australia. In 2018 she was recognized as one of Italy’s 50 most inspiring women in tech. More details at http://www.darialoi.com