Actually in EEB 037!
El mar. 27, 2018, a la(s) 11:19, Jared Moore <jlcmo...@cs.washington.edu>
> Hi all,
> Reminder that this is happening in less than one hour.
> You can join via webcast at https://meet.google.com/kkr-mebs-okp
> See you soon!
>> On Mar 26, 2018, at 14:13, Esther Jang <infra...@cs.washington.edu> wrote:
>> Please join us for the Change Seminar on Tuesday 3/27/2018 in EEB 003.
>> Who: Ben Wilson, Intellectual Ventures Laboratory
>> What: AI for low-cost mobile medicine applications
>> When: Tuesday, March 27th, 12-1 PM
>> Where: EEB 003
>> Ben Wilson is a principal investigator at Intellectual Ventures Laboratory
>> in Bellevue, WA. His group investigates optics, imaging systems, and
>> computer vision for applications in global health and global development.
>> Ben has a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington.
>> Prior to working at Intellectual Ventures Lab, he worked for Pacific
>> Northwest National Laboratory in Richland, WA.
>> While the virtues of artificial intelligence are debated in the developed
>> world, many health systems in developing countries suffer from a lack of
>> trained doctors and medical technicians. Artificial intelligence provides a
>> compelling means to fill this gap and bring the expertise of trained medical
>> professions to more people at lower cost. Unlike telemedicine, which
>> requires data connectivity and on-call doctors, intelligent diagnostic aids
>> can assist users with minimal training to make life saving diagnoses with
>> locally-hosted apps. In this seminar, we will discuss how computer vision
>> algorithms leveraging state of the art deep learning techniques can expand
>> the capabilities of health workers in the developing world. We will give an
>> overview of several applications where Intellectual Ventures Lab is using
>> these techniques, including malaria, cervical cancer, and lower respiratory
>> Here's the link for joining remotely.
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