AI applications for neurology and psychiatry
by Justin Dauwels (Nanyang Technological University)
16:00 (40 min) in USB 2.022
Many tasks in medicine still involve substantial manual work. In many cases there is strong potential for intelligent automation by A.I., leading possibly to a reduction in costs and man-hours, while increasing the quality of clinical service. In this talk, we will consider applications of A.I. in the domain of neurology and psychiatry.
Specifically, we will give an overview of our research towards automated interpretation of EEG signals (for diagnosis of epilepsy), and automated behavioral analysis for assessing the negative symptoms of mentally ill patients.