This time around I will be presenting on work used to form a CHI submission (written by Andy, Joel, James, Carolina and me), which examines ‘the routine shop’ as part of the AIoT project that is exploring automation and autonomy in the Internet of Things. The talk will outline some examples of ethnomethodology that accountably organises list construction at home and calculation on the shop floor, and in doing so draw attention to how people anticipate need in the course of everyday life. Some opportunities and challenges that this work poses for gearing autonomous agents into social practice within in the home are then reflected upon.
NEON is a programme grant for applied research, being lead from the School of Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham. Stefan Rennick-Egglestone will talk through the structure of the project, and some key challenges for research. The intention is to identify points of future collaboration with colleagues in the MRL and DTC.
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