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Exergames, or exertion video games, are interactive, exercise based video games that are a promising in-home approach to physical activity, therapeutic and rehabilitation training, and social interaction for older adults. Research shows that older users have difficulty using exergames due to overly complex interfaces, difficult gestures, and an overall lack of training and familiarity with these systems.
There is a scarcity of trained healthcare professionals in India. Further, the current approach to healthcare delivery in India is symptom-driven and fails to address the underlying causes of disease which may be a result of the local socioeconomic, cultural, gender, environmental, or infrastructural situation. Chitra is a mobile platform that empowers community health workers to fill this gap between government healthcare delivery and patients' lived realities.
A free 24-hour hackathon focused on innovation in sports and athletics.
Join us for the IPaT Thursday Think Tank on February 27 to meet potential Small Bets collaborators and explore project ideas.
Dr. Phillip Wolff (Professor of Psychology at Emory University) uses machine learning to predict a person's mental health status from the speech and text that they produce.
Changing the Conversation: Georgia Tech Researchers Provide New Approach to Automated Story GenerationResearch from Georgia Tech’s School of Interactive Computing provides a novel approach that improves the combination of automated story generation with natural language.
Jill Watson – Georgia Tech’s AI designed explicitly for answering student questions about specific courses - was named as one of 10 semifinalists in IBM’s AI XPrize competition.
MIT Technology Review, Jan 30, 2020
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