Date: Feb 11, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm
Location: GDC 2.216
Talk Audience: UTCS Faculty, Graduate Students, Undergraduate Students, and Outside Interested Parties
Host: Dr. Lorenzo Alvisi
Talk Abstract: The ubiquity of personal devices with built-in cameras has transformed digital image capture and sharing. Images of social gatherings, public events, and even crime scenes are commonplace online. While the spontaneity of image capture has led to new personal and creative outlets, privacy concerns of bystanders and unwilling subjects have not been addressed.
We have designed iPic, a mobile platform that integrates digital capture with user-defined privacy. In iPic, users choose a level of privacy (e.g., agree to capture or not) based upon social context (e.g., out in public vs. with friends vs. at workplace). Users' privacy choices are advertised via short-range radio, and compliant capture platforms generate media edited to conform to the privacy... Read more