Payam Barnaghi gives an update on the world of artificial intelligence and how neurotechnology is being applied to traumatic brain injury in a healthcare setting. He discusses his presentation at the Frontiers in Traumatic Brain Injury conference (16 September 2019, London, UK), as well as the ethical implications of these technologies and the advancements he is most looking forward to in the future.
About the author:
Payam Barnaghi is Professor of Machine Intelligence at the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering and a member of the Centre for Vision, Speech and Signal Processing (CVSSP) at the University of Surrey. He is also Deputy Head of care research at the UK Dementia Research Institute and technical lead of the Department of Health study on Technology Integrated Health Management for Dementia.
His main research goal is to develop information processing and machine learning methods for cyber-physical and social systems, which involves work on machine learning, adaptive algorithms, stream processing and information search and retrieval. His work aims to solve problems and develop new technologies for the future of Internet and healthcare systems. Currently, his team are working on personalised care for dementia and cancer, as well as non-invasive monitoring in the hospital setting.
Video originally published on Neuro Central from the Future Science Group, a digital platform that unites all aspects of neurology and neuroscience.