Patent inventors: Simon Worgan, Sacha Krstulovic, Julian Harris, Neil Cooper and Chris Mitchell.


A computing device, the computing device compromising a processor configured to: receive audio information relating to one or more non-verbal sounds captured by a microphone in an environment of a user; receive motion information that is based on motion sensor data captured by a motion sensor, said motion information relating to motion of said user in the environment; process the audio information and the motion information to recognise an activity of said user; and output an activity recognition notification indicating said activity.

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