A Machine Learning for Mobile Health workshop, part of the upcoming Neural Information Processing Systems Conference (NeurIPS 2020), is inviting contributions and extended abstracts from researchers and clinicians in the interdisciplinary machine learning and mobile health space, with the goal to better address the various challenges currently facing the widespread use of mobile health technologies in health and healthcare.
Co-organized by Duke Statistical Science assistant professor Katherine Heller, PhD who is also a research scientist at Google AI, the workshop aims to facilitate collaboration between machine learning researchers, statisticians, mobile sensing researchers, human-computer interaction researchers, and clinicians from around the world.
The workshop will also assemble a diverse set of researchers and experts spanning interdisciplinary fields related to mobile health to speak at the conference including Duke Neurology’s F. Lee Hartsell, MD, MPH, a clinical neuroimmunologist who will be speaking about the application of mobile health and machine learning techniques to multiple sclerosis.
The deadline for abstract submission for the Machine Learning for Mobile Health workshop is October 2, 2020.
For more details about the Machine Learning for Mobile Health workshop, visit: https://sites.google.com/view/ml4mobilehealth-neurips-2020/home
For more information about the Neural Information Processing Systems Conference (NeurIPS 2020), visit: https://nips.cc/Conferences/2020/Schedule?type=Workshop