BioMedical Sciences Research Forum
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 12-1 p.m.
Xianta Jiang, PhD
Computer Science, MUN
“Apply AI to Human Behaviour”
Artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes pervasive in our daily life, and human are in the central part of this revolution. It becomes a very interesting research topic when AI technologies meet human behaviour studies, stimulating lots of potential applications in various areas such as healthcare, rehabilitation, sports injuries prevention, human machine collaboration, and AI itself. In this seminar, we will discuss our research in the area of human activity estimation and monitoring via wearables, with specific focus on the basic elements of human behaviour including eyes, hand, foot, and body gestures, and how they enhance human behaviour studies. We will also discuss the challenges and future research directions in this area.
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