A special AAAI Spring Symposium will be investigating Self-tracking and Collective Intelligence for Personal Wellness at Stanford March 26-28, 2012.
A call for papers has been extended to October 17, 2011 (2 pages are due on October 17, the full 6 page submission is due on January 1, 2012). Paper topics should be in the areas of personal wellness programs, self-tracking experimentation, collective intelligence, citizen science, and DIY community tools and projects.
The specific focus of the conference is self-tracking technologies for monitoring personal health conditions such as sleep, diet, excise, vital data, and for analyzing personal medical and genome data, and collective intelligence as a potential resource to find useful knowledge for personal wellness from knowledge from others.
More information is available at the conference website. DIYgenomics will be running a session at the symposium.