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Making Sense of Real-Time Behavior

Alex Pentland and researchers at MIT's Media Lab

Alex Pentland, right, and a team of researchers with reality-mining devices at Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab.

Credit: Rick Friedman

Data captured by sensors worn on the human body and analyzed in near real-time could transform our understanding of human behavior, health, and society.

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