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Research in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence Seminar

Event Details
Start Time: April 03 2024 - 1:00 PM
End Time: April 03 2024 - 3:00 PM
Location: Research Commons Event Space (318), Harriet Irving Library, UNB Fredericton
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The Research Institute in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (RIDSAI) is hosting an enriching seminar focused on the applications of data science and artificial intelligence. Join them for an afternoon of insightful presentations by esteemed UNB researchers, delving into groundbreaking advancements and explorations within these transformative fields. This seminar promises to be an invaluable opportunity for learning, discussion, and networking among peers and professionals alike.

Why Attend?

  • Engage with cutting-edge research and innovative applications in the realms of data science and AI.
  • Hear from leading experts and researchers sharing their knowledge and insights.
  • Network with colleagues and students passionate about advancing these critical fields.

Featured Speakers:

  1. Jacob Van Der Laan

    • Title: The Explainability Challenge
    • Abstract: A techno-legal perspective on biases in deep learning models, exploring strategies to enhance their explainability.
    • Bio: PhD student in Computer Science with a legal background, focusing on making AI models more transparent and understandable.

  2. Dr. Victoria Chester

    • Title: Applications of AI in Clinical Gait Analysis
    • Abstract: Discuss how AI tools can transform clinical gait analysis for better treatment and patient care outcomes.
    • Bio: Co-director of the Andrew and Marjorie McCain Human Performance Laboratory, specializing in biomechanics and gait analysis.

  3. Dr. Erik Scheme

    • Title: AI-enabled Human-Machine Interaction Using Muscle Signals
    • Abstract: Exploring the potential of myoelectric control and AI in enhancing human-machine interactions.
    • Bio: Expert in biomedical engineering and machine learning, focusing on mobility, rehabilitation, and digital health technologies.

  4. Dr. Argyri Panezi

    • Bio: Law and digital information expert, exploring the impact of disruptive technologies on legal systems and societal norms.

Don't miss this chance to contribute to and benefit from the collective exploration of data science and AI's potential.