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Natural Language Processing (NLP) Aspects of Machine Learning

This is part three of an eight part brain-dump of things I learned developing the initial version of the Machine Learning (ML) aspect of SYRAS the Systematic Review Assistant. One of the things which seems obvious in retrospect, but hampered … Continue reading

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Machine Learning tips I learned making SYRAS Systematic Review Assistant

This is part two of an eight part brain-dump of things I learned developing the initial version of the Machine Learning (ML) aspect of SYRAS the Systematic Review Assistant. A collection of Machine Learning (ML) tips, gotchas and reminders to … Continue reading

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Machine Learning evaluation study for SYRAS (Systematic Review Assistant)

My original goal for┬áSYRAS, the Systematic Review Assistant, was to try to automate the laborious process of reviewing thousands of scientific article references while selecting their relevance to a particular topic of study.┬áDuring the initial development of the software, once … Continue reading

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Brain control interfaces (BCI) update: Deepend Lunch and Learn

Following on from my previous post on BCI, I’d like to share a Lunch & Learn session I presented at Deepend on the topic with my partner Gen. Gen and her colleagues at Macquarie University have been investigating the Emotiv … Continue reading

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MOTIf – online tests for language impairment

The first spin off from the SciPilot launch pad was Motif – an online test interface for language impairment studies. This was the brainchild of Dr. Genevieve McArthur and Prof. Anne Castles from the school of MACCS at the Macquarie … Continue reading

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