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This talk will focus on the benefits of using smartphones to facilitate early detection of Alzheimer's disease, alongside the challenge of using remote, digital tools to 'phenotype' individuals for health research. In addition, the session will cover some of the lessons learnt from using digital phenotyping 'in the wild' as part of the Alzheimer's Society led GameChanger study.