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Thursday, February 27 2020
5:00pm - 6:10pm
Swann 115
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Lelia Glass

lelia.glass@modlangs.gatech.edu

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Predicting Psychosis and Neurogenerative Diseases from Speech: A Machine Learning Approach
Speaker: Dr. Phillip Wolff, Emory University Department of Psychology
 
Description: 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. This endeavor integrates ideas from the study of language, psychology, neuroscience, and computing for healthcare.
 
Part of the Workshop on Language, Technology, and Society generously sponsored by the Institute for People and Technology, the GVU Center, and the Atlanta Global Studies Center

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