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ICT Open 2022

Smart Cities, Health and AI  

The concept of smart cities has emerged as a possible direction to address problems stemming from sustainability-oriented ones to efficiency ones. Sustainability problems are related to social values (e.g., citizen well-being, quality of life), economic vitality and diversity, and environment conservation (e.g., flora, fauna, and natural resources). Efficiency-oriented problems are related to efficient management of urban processes like transportation, education, and administration. Like smart cities, the use of information and communication technology in health(care) is assumed to alleviate the burden on the healthcare system. AI can amplify the potential of ICT in both domains and increase the quality and efficiency of (public) services. However, AI may impact also individuals’ life experience.  In this track, we focus on the design, implementation, and evaluation of AI based smart city and/or society applications, and AI applications for health(care). 

Chairs 
Sunil Choenni - Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences
Johan van Soest - Maastricht University

Oral presentation round 1

Using the SAREF ontology for interoperability and machine learning in a Smart Home environment

Ronald Siebes (Vrije Universiteit) (e.a.)

Thursday 7 April
11:50 - 12:00 hour

Vertical Split Learning - a suitable alternative for data centralization?

Corinne Allaart (Vrije Universiteit) (e.a.)

Thursday 7 April
12:05 - 12:15 hour

Multiple Scale Visualization of Electronic Health Records to Support Doctors in Finding Medical Narratives

Sanne van der Linden (TU Eindhoven) (e.a.)

Thursday 7 April
12:15 - 12:30 hour

Posters

Sociaal aanraken op afstand voor patienten

Danny Plass - Oude Bos (Hogeschool Saxion (Deventer en Enschede)) (e.a.)

DiaGame - Serious and personalized game for self-management of diabetes

Danilo Ferreira de Carvalho (TU Eindhoven) (e.a.)

Integrating visual storytelling in virtual surgical planning

Heejun Lee (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen) (e.a.)

SpiroPlay - Gamified spirometry for home monitoring of children with asthma

Iris Heerlien (Hogeschool Saxion (Deventer en Enschede)) (e.a.)

Accelerating Research at the Discovery Lab

Daniel Daza (Vrije Universiteit) (e.a.)

Emotion, motivation and behaviour in artificial environments - A PRISMA scoping review

Philippine Waisvisz (Hogeschool Utrecht) (e.a.)

A Virtual Reality-based presentation task: Fostering students' presentation skills through computer-mediated feedback

Bo Sichterman (Hogeschool Utrecht) (e.a.)

Estimating Stances on Anti-Pandemic Measures By Social Media Analysis

Shihan Wang (Universiteit van Utrecht) (e.a.)

On the Analysis of Large Integrated Knowledge Graphs for Economics, Banking, and Finance

Shuai Wang (Vrije Universiteit)

Demo stands

Exploring Topic Models for Interpretable Classification of Psychiatric Nurse Notes

Uzay Kaymak (TU Eindhoven) (e.a.)

Academic Skills Training App: a gamified application for developing students' research skills

Stan van Ginkel (Hogeschool Utrecht) (e.a.)


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