The M-Enabling Summit will take place on June 13th, 14th, 2016 at Washington D.C.. The meeting is dedicated to promoting mobile accessible and assistive applications and services for senior citizens and users of all abilities. This year’s theme is “Accessible Technologies and Environments for All,”.
2016 M-Enabling Summit Key Topics:
- Mobile enabling solutions leveraging latest OS and human interface features
- IoT, Smart Homes, and Smart Cities
- Ecosystem in support of Innovation
- Scaling up accessibility in large organizations
- Compliance trends
- Higher Education best practices in leveraging information technology for inclusion.
Dr. Vanderheiden (RtF-I) will be chairing the session “Accessibility in the Cloud: Data Security and Privacy in Auto-Personalization” focused on Cloud-based solutions that make it possible for the personal preferences of end users to be automatically activated independently of the device they choose, a great benefit for the large population of persons with disabilities using multiple devices and for content or service providers who can ensure that accessibility features are always optimized. This session will present the progress that has been made in implementing this concept and discuss privacy issues for persons with disabilities on the era of personalization and data mining. Which ethical principles and security processes should be applied to data repositories related to users’ preferences? Do users need to give up information (or privacy) in order to get the accessibility services they need and want or can it be preserved?
To visit the Complete Conference’s Agenda click here.