Georgia Institute of Technology : Understanding People with Visual Impairment's Privacy and Security perception about Smart Speakers
We are a group of students at the Georgia Institute of Technology, studying Human-computer interaction and computer science.
We are currently working on a project to investigate people with low vision's understanding of the privacy and security of Smart Speakers. We are looking for people with low vision who are currently using Smart Speakers, such as Google Home, Amazon Echo, or Apple Home pod, and would be interested in participating in the interview to help us gain an insight into privacy issues they might have while using Smart Speakers.
We hope your organization can help us connect with people with low vision and guide us in coordinating the research activities.
We have a quick screening survey ( no longer than 3 minutes) that would help us, the researchers, to understand your previous experiences with Smart Speakers.
Here is the link to the survey: https://forms.gle/Xp6TjscqnWr99jNt5
Thank you in advance.
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