People often rank and order data items as a vital part of making decisions. Multi-attribute ranking systems are a common tool used to make such data-driven decisions. These systems are often table-based tools that can produce rankings based on numerical weights that a user assigns to each attribute, where the weight represents how important the user believes an attribute is to their decision. These systems assume that users are able to quantify their conceptual understanding of how important particular attributes are; however, this is not always the case.
Mental illness such as psychosis and schizophrenia are serious public health concerns. However, timely detection of an episode of psychosis is often difficult due to several reasons such as social stigma, lack of mental health awareness and literacy, and the retrospective nature of clinical therapy. We examine the potential of leveraging social media disclosures as a new kind of lens in characterizing and predicting experiences leading up to a psychotic episode.
A seminar hosted by ML@GT.
GVU Center Brown Bag: Vivian G. Motti -- Assistive Smartwatches to Support Self-Regulation for Neurodiverse Adults
This talk will present Wearable Life -- an assistive smartwatch application.
IPaT Town Hall - January
The AAAI Fellows program recognizes individuals who have made significant, sustained contributions to the field of artificial intelligence (AI).
The award recognizes a woman whose early-career research has had a significant impact on the computing discipline.
ML@GT News, Jan 14, 2021
GVU Resource Labs
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From Concept to Creation
A rapid prototyping "makerspace."
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Testing Methods and Technology
An adaptable project testing space.
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