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HiPerGator Symposium - Shared screen with speaker view
Amanda Carr
01:17:51
I think it might be because we are sharing the screen
UFIT Video Services (Attendee)
01:18:04
you should see a 'View' button at the top-right
UFIT Video Services (Attendee)
01:18:18
you can set it to Side by Side: Speaker
UFIT Video Services (Attendee)
01:18:25
or Side by Side: Gallery
Lijun Lang
01:18:37
Hi, I wonder where will the recording be after symposium?
Read Hayes
01:18:43
I also need a passcode for my iPhone but not PC?
Tracy Gale
01:19:40
Meeting ID: 937 4241 6314Passcode: 493847
Matt Gitzendanner
01:20:24
We will be recording this and will post the recordings a later today.
Ying Zhang
01:26:01
the video will appear at https://www.rc.ufl.edu/2020-hipergator-symposium/.
Rowan Milner
01:47:13
Thank you Dr Bihorac, very interesting!
Ivan Nava
01:47:45
Interesting and very important to keep a federated combined service to help others
Matt Gitzendanner
01:48:54
The raise hand function is in the participants panel of Zoom. Click on Participants, and it should be at the bottom of the panel, possibly in the 3-dots menu.
Nihar Gupte
01:51:29
Very interesting research Dr Bihorac. I find it great that you and your team are looking into the possible biases of these algorithms. What do you think a good step would be to teach students/researchers to account for these or take these into consideration while researching?
Ying Zhang
01:52:02
Great question!
Noah Smith
01:53:17
What are some of the limitations of reinforcement learning in terms an algorithm’s ability to learn complex tasks?
Nihar Gupte
01:53:34
great answer, looking forward to following your research in the future
Ryan Weaver
01:53:50
these clinical applications are amazing. EMR data informs decisions about clinical, has this information been compared to payment models of medical staff/institutions? this could be very useful for RVU’s, reimbursement for average stays, etc. Also, this interdisciplinary methodology (HIE) could partner with a non-profit self-inspired model of care/insurance... from a regional perspectives.
Ryan Weaver
01:54:00
the possibilities are very exciting.
Peggy Borum
01:54:01
How would you apply this approach to people living at home with a chronic disease that has no cure today?
Ryan Weaver
01:56:12
love it!!! thank you
Rowan Milner
01:57:02
Has Prisma been adapted for decision making in oncology? E.g. choice of chemotherapy vs adverse events
Ivan Nava
01:57:51
Are we using nanotechnology to reach to this level with AI?
Gabriel Brosula
01:58:34
How do you ensure that current algorithms are developed fairly when the datasets from which you create your algorithms may be skewed to include a more significant portion of one populace (i.e. in dermatology, lighter skin tones predominate image datasets)?
Aaron Jarvis
01:59:14
Because nurses are the significant users at the bedside and very keen on patient changes, especially in the ICUs, how do you see this apply to them? Is the nursing realm being represented in the innovation?
Ryan Weaver
02:00:38
are you hiring? my goodness, the possibilities 🥰
Gabriel Brosula
02:02:43
Thank you!
Azra Bihorac
02:02:49
Thank you all! please email me abihorac@ufl.edu
Alexander Roman
02:02:54
Very interesting! Thank you
Karen Garrett
02:02:57
Thanks, very stimulating talk!