WG Call information: March 25, 10AM-11AM EDT
The meeting agenda is as below :
- WG updates on OHDSI community call (Asiyah 2 min) Link to slides, link to YouTube video.
- 2021 goals and suggestions (Vojtech, 18min)
- Presentation by Dr. Mohammad M. Ghassemi ( DATA scholar at NIH, assistant professor of Computer Science at Michigan State University) (30min talk + 10min Q&A)
An Open Source Tool for the Automated Transcription of Paper Spreadsheet Data.
Dr. Ghassemi’s talk will include two parts: the first part, he will describe a tool that utilizes AI and crowd intelligence to automatically transcribe images of paper-based spreadsheets into electronic form while protecting sensitive personal information. The second part, he will discuss the three major contributions to the problem of coma prognostication after cardiac arrest: (1) the collection of the world’s largest multi-center : Electroencephalography (EEG) database for patients in coma after cardiac arrest, (2) the development of time-dependent, interpretable, feature-based EEG models that may be used for both risk-scoring and decision support at the bedside, and (3) a careful comparison of the performance and utility of feature-based techniques to that of representation learning models that fully-automate the extraction of time-dependent features for outcome prognostication.
Bio: Dr. Ghassemi is an assistant professor of Computer Science at Michigan State University and National Scholar for Data and Technology Advancement at the NIH. He holds multiple patents and has published over 35 peer-reviewed publications in venues including Science Translational Medicine, and AAAI. He has 10+ years of technical and strategic consulting experience in the AI and ‘Big Data’.
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