[visionlist] 1st workshop on Artificial and Affective Intelligence in Healthcare Applications for Vulnerable Populations
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Fri Feb 28 11:46:59 -04 2020
1st workshop on Artificial and Affective Intelligence in Healthcare Applications for Vulnerable Populations (AIHA) 2020<https://rpal.cse.usf.edu/AIHA2020/index.html#intro>
Held in conjunction with the International Conference on Pattern Recognition<https://www.micc.unifi.it/icpr2020/>
Intelligent monitoring systems and affective computing applications have emerged in recent years to improve healthcare. Examples of these applications include intelligent monitoring of physiological changes and sedation states, assessment of affective states such as pain and depression, and detection of neurological and developmental disorders. However, insufficient attention has been paid to the integration of contextual, personalized, uncertainty, and multimodal information into healthcare applications of vulnerable populations. This workshop focuses on enhancing healthcare of vulnerable populations using artificial intelligence and affective computing techniques.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
* Novel approaches to model affective and sedation states, health conditions and disorders of vulnerable populations; e.g., infants, children, elderly, functionally or verbally impaired people.
* Novel approaches to measure satisfaction and experience of vulnerable patients from different modalities; e.g., text, visual, vocal, etc.
* Personalized and context-aware modeling in intelligent and affective healthcare applications.
* Predictive modeling in intelligent and affective healthcare applications.
* Multimodal modeling in intelligent and affective healthcare applications.
* Uncertainty and explainability in intelligent and affective healthcare applications.
* Novel approaches to handle missing and noisy data in real-world environments.
* Design/development of methods/system for real-time healthcare applications and limited-resource computing devices.
* Applications of virtual reality to enhance health of vulnerable populations.
* Benchmark datasets relevant to the workshop topics.
* Rosalind Picard, MIT
* Jiebo Luo, University of Rochester
* Paper submission: June 5, 2020
* Decision to authors: July 5, 2020
* Camera-ready papers: July 19, 2020
* Ghada Zamzmi, National Institute of Health
* Sameer Antani, National Institute of Health
* Michel Valstar, University of Nottingham
* Shaun Canavan, University of South Florida
* Dmitry Goldgof, University of South Florida
* Rangachar Kasturi, University of South Florida
* Yu Sun, University of South Florida
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