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Quantified Self & Artificial Intelligence: A Fundamental Pathway to Behavior Change

Quantified Self & Artificial Intelligence: A Fundamental Pathway to Behavior Change

Meet Bob, the Behavior Change Robot. Where does he come from and how does he work? You can learn about Quantified Self, data driven behavior change, applying engineering models to behavior, and why self-tracking and AI are a natural combination.

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Ernesto Ramirez

March 26, 2012
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  1. QS & AI A Fundamental Pathway to Behavior Change Ernesto

    Ramirez AAIS | 3.26.12
  2. None
  3. A Brief Intro

  4. A Brief Intro Kevin Kelly Gary Wolf

  5. A Brief Intro | 60 6,500 |

  6. Frustration And Theory

  7. The Flaws

  8. The Flaws

  9. Life Data Behavior != static The Flaws

  10. the path Forward 1. Behavior not Constructs 2. Data Revolution

    4. Engineering models
  11. Behavior not Constructs 1. Info on consequences (general) 2. Info

    on consequences (personal) 3. Info on other’s approval 4. Normative info about other’s behavior 5. Goal setting (behavior) 6. Goal setting (outcome) 7. Action planning 8. Barrier identification 9. Graded tasks 10. Goal review (behavior) 11. Goal review (outcome) 12. Rewards for effort 13. Rewards for success 14. Shaping 15. Generalization 16. Self-monitoring (behavior) 17. Self-monitoring (outcome) 18. Focus on past success 19. Performance feedback 20. Info on where and when to behave 21. Info on how to perform behavior 22. Demonstrate behavior 23. Teach prompts/cues 24. Restructure Environment 25. Behavioral contracting 26. Practice or rehearsal 27. Follow-up prompting 28. Social Comparison 29. Plan social support 30. Help identify as role model Anticipate regret 31. Fear arousal 32. Self talk 33. Use imagery 34. Relapse prevention 35. Emotional control training 36. Motivational 37. interviewing 38. Time management 39. Communication skills training 40. Anticipation of reward 1.usa.gov/CALO-RE
  12. Behavior not Constructs 1. Info on consequences (general) 2. Info

    on consequences (personal) 3. Info on other’s approval 4. Normative info about other’s behavior 5. Goal setting (behavior) 6. Goal setting (outcome) 7. Action planning 8. Barrier identification 9. Graded tasks 10. Goal review (behavior) 11. Goal review (outcome) 12. Rewards for effort 13. Rewards for success 14. Shaping 15. Generalization 16. Self-monitoring (behavior) 17. Self-monitoring (outcome) 18. Focus on past success 19. Performance feedback 20. Info on where and when to behave 21. Info on how to perform behavior 22. Demonstrate behavior 23. Teach prompts/cues 24. Restructure Environment 25. Behavioral contracting 26. Practice or rehearsal 27. Follow-up prompting 28. Social Comparison 29. Plan social support 30. Help identify as role model Anticipate regret 31. Fear arousal 32. Self talk 33. Use imagery 34. Relapse prevention 35. Emotional control training 36. Motivational 37. interviewing 38. Time management 39. Communication skills training 40. Anticipation of reward 1.usa.gov/CALO-RE
  13. Behavior not Constructs 1. Info on consequences (general) 2. Info

    on consequences (personal) 3. Info on other’s approval 4. Normative info about other’s behavior 5. Goal setting (behavior) 6. Goal setting (outcome) 7. Action planning 8. Barrier identification 9. Graded tasks 10. Goal review (behavior) 11. Goal review (outcome) 12. Rewards for effort 13. Rewards for success 14. Shaping 15. Generalization 16. Self-monitoring (behavior) 17. Self-monitoring (outcome) 18. Focus on past success 19. Performance feedback 20. Info on where and when to behave 21. Info on how to perform behavior 22. Demonstrate behavior 23. Teach prompts/cues 24. Restructure Environment 25. Behavioral contracting 26. Practice or rehearsal 27. Follow-up prompting 28. Social Comparison 29. Plan social support 30. Help identify as role model Anticipate regret 31. Fear arousal 32. Self talk 33. Use imagery 34. Relapse prevention 35. Emotional control training 36. Motivational 37. interviewing 38. Time management 39. Communication skills training 40. Anticipation of reward 1.usa.gov/CALO-RE
  14. Behavior not Constructs 1. Info on consequences (general) 2. Info

    on consequences (personal) 3. Info on other’s approval 4. Normative info about other’s behavior 5. Goal setting (behavior) 6. Goal setting (outcome) 7. Action planning 8. Barrier identification 9. Graded tasks 10. Goal review (behavior) 11. Goal review (outcome) 12. Rewards for effort 13. Rewards for success 14. Shaping 15. Generalization 16. Self-monitoring (behavior) 17. Self-monitoring (outcome) 18. Focus on past success 19. Performance feedback 20. Info on where and when to behave 21. Info on how to perform behavior 22. Demonstrate behavior 23. Teach prompts/cues 24. Restructure Environment 25. Behavioral contracting 26. Practice or rehearsal 27. Follow-up prompting 28. Social Comparison 29. Plan social support 30. Help identify as role model Anticipate regret 31. Fear arousal 32. Self talk 33. Use imagery 34. Relapse prevention 35. Emotional control training 36. Motivational 37. interviewing 38. Time management 39. Communication skills training 40. Anticipation of reward 1.usa.gov/CALO-RE
  15. Behavior not Constructs 1. Info on consequences (general) 2. Info

    on consequences (personal) 3. Info on other’s approval 4. Normative info about other’s behavior 5. Goal setting (behavior) 6. Goal setting (outcome) 7. Action planning 8. Barrier identification 9. Graded tasks 10. Goal review (behavior) 11. Goal review (outcome) 12. Rewards for effort 13. Rewards for success 14. Shaping 15. Generalization 16. Self-monitoring (behavior) 17. Self-monitoring (outcome) 18. Focus on past success 19. Performance feedback 20. Info on where and when to behave 21. Info on how to perform behavior 22. Demonstrate behavior 23. Teach prompts/cues 24. Restructure Environment 25. Behavioral contracting 26. Practice or rehearsal 27. Follow-up prompting 28. Social Comparison 29. Plan social support 30. Help identify as role model Anticipate regret 31. Fear arousal 32. Self talk 33. Use imagery 34. Relapse prevention 35. Emotional control training 36. Motivational 37. interviewing 38. Time management 39. Communication skills training 40. Anticipation of reward 1.usa.gov/CALO-RE
  16. Behavior not Constructs 1. Info on consequences (general) 2. Info

    on consequences (personal) 3. Info on other’s approval 4. Normative info about other’s behavior 5. Goal setting (behavior) 6. Goal setting (outcome) 7. Action planning 8. Barrier identification 9. Graded tasks 10. Goal review (behavior) 11. Goal review (outcome) 12. Rewards for effort 13. Rewards for success 14. Shaping 15. Generalization 16. Self-monitoring (behavior) 17. Self-monitoring (outcome) 18. Focus on past success 19. Performance feedback 20. Info on where and when to behave 21. Info on how to perform behavior 22. Demonstrate behavior 23. Teach prompts/cues 24. Restructure Environment 25. Behavioral contracting 26. Practice or rehearsal 27. Follow-up prompting 28. Social Comparison 29. Plan social support 30. Help identify as role model Anticipate regret 31. Fear arousal 32. Self talk 33. Use imagery 34. Relapse prevention 35. Emotional control training 36. Motivational 37. interviewing 38. Time management 39. Communication skills training 40. Anticipation of reward 1.usa.gov/CALO-RE
  17. Data Revolution 1001010100101111010101001010 0100010100101011110100111010 1001000111101011111001001010 1110101010101010100101010010 111101010100101001000101001 0101101010011101010010001110

  18. Data Revolution We have the tools to measure everything from

    our to our . even our can sense if We feel .
  19. Data Revolution

  20. Data Revolution

  21. H   Data Revolution Hugo Campos bit.ly/HugoOC

  22. Behavioral Data is now Personal, Longitudinal, and Objective. So What?

  23. Engineering models Move from this

  24. Engineering models To this *Daniel Rivera | Csel.asu.edu

  25. But is this all we need for behavior change?

  26. Awareness A framework for self-tracking

  27. Awareness Attention A framework for self-tracking

  28. Awareness Attention Acknowledgement A framework for self-tracking

  29. Awareness Attention Acknowledgement Projection A framework for self-tracking

  30. Awareness Attention Acknowledgement Projection Self-Efficacy A framework for self-tracking

  31. Awareness Attention Acknowledgement Projection Self-Efficacy Experimentation A framework for self-tracking

  32. Awareness Attention Acknowledgement Projection Self-Efficacy Experimentation Reflective Loop A framework

    for self-tracking
  33. A framework for self-tracking E1 = Empowerment E2 = Empathy

    The EE Phenominon
  34. Bob the Behavior change Robot Data

  35. Bob the Behavior change Robot Data Models

  36. Bob the Behavior change Robot Data Models Behavior toolbox

  37. Bob the Behavior change Robot Data Models Behavior toolbox Awareness

    Attention Acknowledgement Projection Self-Efficacy Experimentation Always learning
  38. Bob the Behavior change Robot

  39. Bob the Behavior change Robot

  40. And it’s already happening

  41. Machine Perception Lab @ UCSD Computer expression recognition Toolbox (CERT)

    mplab.ucsd.edu
  42. Machine Perception Lab @ UCSD Dave Deriso | dderiso@ucsd.edu |

    @daverderiso
  43. Machine Perception Lab @ UCSD Meet RubI Dave Deriso |

    dderiso@ucsd.edu | @daverderiso
  44. The future of behavior change is in this room

  45. The future of behavior change is in this room QS

    & AI FTW
  46. THANK YOU erramirez@ucsd.edu e_ramirez ernestoramirez.org All icons courtesy of The

    Noun Project: thenounproject.com