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Wellness Seminar 2018

25 January, 2018 by NExT

NExT++  has successfully organised the wellness seminar on 25 Jan 2018 at the Hangar, NUS Enterprise. The main objective of this seminar was to share insights relating to the wellness domain and to explore potential research collaboration with industry players. There were also other clinicians from NUHS, Tsinghua University and University of Southampton invited for the event.

We would like to thank everyone for being supportive to our event and willing to share their piece of work with participants during the event.

Program: Seminar Program.25Jan2018

Session 1 [Video]
Talk 1: AI in Personal Wellness, by Prof Chua Tat Seng (KITHCT Chair Professor & Director, NExT++, NUS) [PPT] [Artwork]
Talk 2: BreatheEasy: AI and Data Analytics in Wellness, by Prof Wendy Hall (Regius Professor of Computer Science and Director, Web Science Institute, SOTON) [PPT] [Artwork]

Session 2 [Video]
Talk 3: Synthesis | Insight : Bringing AI to Implementation in NUHS, by Dr Ngiam Kee Yuan (Group CTO, NUHS and Assistant Professor, School of Medicine, NUS) [PPT] [Artwork]
Talk 4: Dietlens: Your Healthy Lifestyle AI Assistant, by Dr Ming Zhaoyan (Head (Wellness), NExT++, NUS) [PPT] [Artwork]
Talk 5: Lifelog Analyses: Bringing Psychology to Physical World, Assoc Prof Zhang Min (Vice Director, State Key Lab of Intelligent Technology and Systems, THU) [PPT] [Artwork]

Session 3 [Video]
Talk 6: Food Counting, by Prof Ngo Chong Wah (Department of Computer Science, City University of Hong Kong) [PPT] [Artwork]
Talk 7: A/B Testing in Crowdsourcing & Personalization Interventions, by Dr Joseph Williams (Assistant Professor, HCI Lab, NUS) [PPT] [Artwork]
Talk 8: Mental Health Computing via Harvesting Social Media Data, Assoc Prof Jia Jia (Department of Computer Science & Technology, THU) [PPT] [Artwork]

Joint Presentation by Students from University of Southampton [PPT]

Session 4 [Video] [Artwork]
Panel Discussions on AI in Wellness

1. BreathEasy: Digital Interventions for Self-Management of Asthma – Prof Dame Wendy Hall, Dr Astha Madaan [Poster]
2. Connecting Designers, Behavioral Scientist, and Reinforcement Learning Researchers via Collaborative, Dynamic, Personalized A/B Experimentation – Dr Joseph Jay Williams [Poster]
3. Deep-based Ingredient Recognition for Cooking Recipe Retrieval – Prof Ngo Chong Wah, Jingjing Chen [Poster]
4. TEM: Tree-enhanced Embedding Model for Explainable Recommendation – Wang Xiang, He Xiangnan, Feng Fuli, Nie Liqiang, Chua Tat-Seng [Poster]
5. Depression Detection via Harvesting Social Media: A Multimodal Dictionary Learning Solution – Shen Guangyao, Jia Jia, Nie Liqiang, Feng Fuli, Zhang Cunjun, Hu Tianrui, Chua Tat-Seng, Zhu Wenwu [Poster]
6. What Does Social Media Say About Your Stress? – Lin Huijie, Jia Jia, Nie Liqiang, Sheng Guangyao, Chua Tat-Seng [Poster]
7. DietLens: Influence Dietary Trend and Lifestyle Choices in Managing Chronic Diseases – NExT++ Wellness Team [Poster]
8. What is DietLens? – NExT++ Wellness Team [Poster]
9. Identifying & Predicting Food Trends – [Poster]

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