Data as Partner (DAP): Integrating Automation with Daily Living

Sonia Hassan, Drishty Sobnath, Esther Snell, Femi Isiaq

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    This paper addresses the need to infuse automation of data management in daily lives and how beneficial it can be for people with Disabilities (PwD) and the general public. This paper presents the idea of making Data a Partner (DAP) so that data can act as a partner to humans; learning from its actions and decisions, making it self-sufficient to take its own decisions by learning from a human. This paper also presents a theoretical model called DAPT, which focuses on four sections of the survey conducted to assess the acceptability ratio in masses. Statistical analysis was performed on the survey conducted using SPSS. The survey's outcome, which gathered 875 responses, clarifies that 69.6% of the respondents voted that infusing automation in daily lives leads the way to the future of data management by automation. The survey concluded that infusing automation into daily lives can be helpful, especially for people with disabilities (PwD), such as those with visually impaired people.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication2022 IEEE International Smart Cities Conference (ISC2)
    Number of pages7
    ISBN (Print)9781665485616
    Publication statusPublished - 3 Nov 2022


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