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ACM Keynote: Using AI and mobile phones to overcome the pandemic - Shared screen with speaker view
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Thank you for joining the special ACM Keynote: “New Ways of Thinking of the Mobile Phone for Healthcare and the current Pandemic”! We hope you and your families are healthy and safe. Please feel free to ask brief questions in the Q&A tab and use the chat function to message "all panelists" or "all panelists and attendees".
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52:18
We are very pleased to welcome the keynote address from Shwetak Patel, recipient of the ACM Prize in Computing and Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington.
Clotilde Monguya
52:57
Good Morning from Manhattan: Clotilde
Tony Thomas
53:21
London, UK
Lichia Saner-Yiu
53:23
Geneva
Nikki Guo
53:23
Hello! I am from Toronto, Canada!
Shwetak Patel
53:23
Seattle WA
Gokce Tuna
53:23
Ankara, Turkey
Sara Nourledin
53:23
Spain
Aditya Kulkarni
53:24
India
Christina Meyer
53:25
Boston, USA
Jainish Chauhan
53:27
Jainish here from Surat, India
Kenneth Maristela
53:27
Philippines!
Ivy Guo
53:27
Hi everyone, I'm connecting from toronto, canada
Chris Elliott
53:28
Lausanne, Switzerland
Maria Nanabhai
53:29
Cape Town, South Africa
Aishwarya Jain
53:29
Delhi, India
Ezra Ombiro
53:29
Kenya
meshvi shah
53:29
Kenya
Ramneet Singh
53:29
India
E M WASIFUR RAHMAN CHOWDHURY
53:30
Rochester, USA
Ali Mahdmina
53:32
Ali Mahdmina from Manchester UK
olasupo oyedepo
53:33
Nigeria
OTAVIO SILVA
53:34
Good morning from Chicago, US
TJ Misra
53:35
hello from Ottawa canada!
Abu Sufian
53:53
Good Evening, From Kolkata, India
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We are grateful to Yannis Ioannidis, President & General Director of the Athena Research and Innovation Center, for facilitating this session.You can find out more about here: https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/acm-keynote-new-ways-of-thinking-of-the-mobile-phone-for-healthcare-and-the-current-pandemic/
Charles Lowe
54:10
I'm connecting from London, UK
Harinee Mosur N
54:26
Chennai, India
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Big thanks to Vicki Hanson (President of ACM - the Association for Computing Machinery) for her continuous support.
Sharare Zehtabian
56:46
Orlando, Florida
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Clotilde Monguya
01:15:16
Mr. Patel , amazing presentation . Thank you for sharing with passion and so vividly.
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Peter Addo
01:18:59
Awesome! Very good work on Spirometer!
Gokce Tuna
01:22:49
This is seriously impressive
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Clotilde Monguya
01:56:20
Thank you for expressing with ease and so clearly on very technical topics.
E M WASIFUR RAHMAN CHOWDHURY
01:57:24
Awesome talk. A lot to learn.
Amarda Shehu
01:58:36
Fantastic science and clear enthusiastic presentation.
OTAVIO SILVA
02:00:13
Otavio
OTAVIO SILVA
02:01:13
Are you working with other research groups besides University of Washington?
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Sharare Zehtabian
02:02:40
Very impressive and inspiring presentation. Thank you.
Jean-Claude Goldenstein
02:02:43
Love your work and energy Shwetak. Given your thinking around trust, wondering if you interested in solutions to misleading health “news” on “free, unreliable apps.” People are taking actions harmful to themselves and devastating to organizations. While no scientific study has been carried out proving tear gas helps spread the coronavirus, how about leveraging NLP to identify real experts and enable a quick veracity score (example athttps://uk.style.yahoo.com/coronavirus-tear-gas-black-lives-matter-095531661.html). Thanks, Jean-Claude (jc@creopoint.ai)
Clotilde Monguya
02:02:45
Brilliant conduct. Kudos to the team
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02:03:10
What an excellent presentation
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02:03:11
Super helpful, great work!
Ezra Ombiro
02:03:11
Wonderful insights.
Ismail Sayeed
02:03:12
Many thanks for this event As a token of gratitude I would like to share with you all a free access to all my publications regarding digital transformation: viosapp.com/library
Tony Thomas
02:03:57
Thank you Shwetak, this is very inspiring work! Thanks for sharing your passion and energy with us.
William Mapham
02:04:05
Thank you for the great talk, how do you see the link between screening tests on the phone and linking to a professional? And how do you see professional training adapting to the new world
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Maria Nanabhai
02:13:27
This is truly an amazing talk, thank you!
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Clotilde Monguya
02:16:59
Real scientists are altruistic : Thank you Mr. Patel
Ukachi Osisiogu
02:19:09
Thank you!
David Lowrance
02:19:13
thanks
Keith Mansfield
02:19:13
Great talk thanks!
Mike Short
02:19:21
Big thanks
Ivy Guo
02:19:26
Thank you! This was very inspiring!
Eyra Abraham
02:19:28
Thank you!
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02:19:29
Thank you for joining us today and feel free to watch again and share this webinar with friends (the recording and slides will be posted in the coming days). https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/acm-keynote-new-ways-of-thinking-of-the-mobile-phone-for-healthcare-and-the-current-pandemic/For any questions regarding AI for Good, please contact us at https://aiforgood.itu.int/contact-us/
Lichia Saner-Yiu
02:19:33
Thank you! Inspirational!
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02:19:42
We are grateful to Yannis Ioannidis, President & General Director of the Athena Research and Innovation Center, for facilitating this session.
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02:20:09
We are grateful to Shwetak Patel, recipient of the ACM Prize in Computing and Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of Washington.
Nathaniel Boahen
02:20:11
Thank you
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Tune in on Tuesday 14 July at 17:00 CEST for the latest installment of the AI for the Future of Food breakthrough track https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/ai-for-the-future-of-food/On Wednesday 15 July at 17:00 CEST, we are pleased to partner with AI 4 Afrika for the webinar on “Cosmo-Ubuntu, Machine Translation and Cognitive Code Switching” https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/cosmo-ubuntu-machine-translation-and-cognitive-code-switching/On Thursday 16 July at 17:30 CEST is the “Global Data Pledge Launch – A foundation for tomorrow” https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/global-data-pledge/
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02:20:39
Terrific presentation! Thanks Patel.
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The recording, slides and Q&A Report will be posted in the coming days at https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/acm-keynote-new-ways-of-thinking-of-the-mobile-phone-for-healthcare-and-the-current-pandemic/
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Together with the World Health Organization, the ITU has for the past 2 years been convening the Focus Group an Artificial Intelligence for Health, which is an effort to create a benchmarking framework for the accuracy of AI for health diagnostic aids, the tenth meeting will be taking place online mid September, participation is open to everyone, you can find more information here: https://www.itu.int/go/fgai4hInstructions on how to register can be found here: https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/focusgroups/ai4h/Pages/reg2.aspx
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Thank you everyone for participating, we will be ending the webinar in a few seconds, please join us again next week! https://aiforgood.itu.int
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For any questions regarding AI for Good, please contact us at https://aiforgood.itu.int/contact-us/
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Tune in on Tuesday 14 July at 17:00 CEST for the latest installment of the AI for the Future of Food breakthrough track https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/ai-for-the-future-of-food/On Wednesday 15 July at 17:00 CEST, we are pleased to partner with AI 4 Afrika for the webinar on “Cosmo-Ubuntu, Machine Translation and Cognitive Code Switching” https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/cosmo-ubuntu-machine-translation-and-cognitive-code-switching/On Thursday 16 July at 17:30 CEST is the “Global Data Pledge Launch – A foundation for tomorrow” https://aiforgood.itu.int/events/global-data-pledge/