Professor Matt JonesBased in Swansea, United Kingdom
Matt Jones has spoken around the world on mobile and ubiquitous HCI in both industry and academic contexts. His work has been featured in the press, broadcast and online media. He is a multidisciplinary Computer Scientist who has worked on mobile interaction design for the past 20 years. As well as many scientific articles, he has written two books that have helped shape a broader understanding of the field (Mobile Interaction Design, Wiley; and There’s Not an App for that, Morgan Kaufmann). His work has involved working with communities across the globe and he is a Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award holder for his work on mobile systems for resource-constrained communities in India and Africa. More at www.undofuture.com
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The robots are coming but not in the way you think... Saving mobile and ubiquitous users from a de-humanising future
Machines cleverer than us; services more intuitive than us; robots more emphatic than us. It's hard being a human in the future. But, there's worse news - we are all training ourselves -...
Touching the Future
Discover the future of screen technology with computer scientist Matt Jones. Hear how his team are exploring mobile displays that mutate to create textures and change shape to reveal controls like...
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