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William Griswold, professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, delivered a lecture entitled Saving the World through Ubiquitous Computing as part of UCI's Institute for Software Research's Distinguished Speaker Series 2008-2009. Ubiquitous computing promises to bring the power of computing into every aspect of our lives, no matter where we go. The applications imagined for ubiquitous computing range from social computing to smart homes to personal health. With emerging crises like the prospect of world upheaval due to global warming, we are led to think beyond “nice to have” applications of ubiquitous computing to “must have” applications that could save our way of life. This talk was given on March 13, 2009.

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William Griswold, professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, delivered a lecture entitled Saving the World through Ubiquitous Computing as part of UCI's Institute for Software Research's Distinguished Speaker Series 2008-2009. Ubiquitous computing promises to bring the power of computing into every aspect of our lives, no matter where we go. The applications imagined for ubiquitous computing range from social computing to smart homes to personal health. With emerging crises like the prospect of world upheaval due to global warming, we are led to think beyond “nice to have” applications of ubiquitous computing to “must have” applications that could save our way of life. This talk was given on March 13, 2009.

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