Recently, the ICT field has seen a shift from machine-centered focuses to human and user knowledge-based approaches. However, as priorities shift, questions arise on how to detect and monitor users’ behavior. Human Behavior Recognition Technologies: Intelligent Applications for Monitoring and Security takes an insightful look into the applications and dependability of behavior detection. In addition, this comprehensive publication looks into the social, ethical, and legal implications of these areas. Researchers and practitioners interested in the computational aspects of behavior monitoring as well as the ethical and legal implications will find this reference source beneficial.