Anne-Marie Robinson

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We present an incremental Bayesian model that resolves key issues of crowd size and data quality for consensus labeling. We evaluate our method using data collected from a real-world citizen science program, B<scp>ee</scp>W<scp>atch</scp>, which invites members of the public in the United Kingdom to classify (label) photographs of bumblebees as one of 22(More)
This paper explores the use of Natural Language Generation (NLG) for facilitating the provision of feedback to citizen scientists in the context of a nature conservation programme, BEEWATCH. BEEWATCH aims to capture the distribution of bumblebees, an ecologically and economically important species group in decline, across the UK and beyond. The NLG module(More)
Although influenza may cause fatal neonatal infections, the current prevalence of disease in newborn intensive care units (NICU) is unknown. Furthermore, because compliance of NICU staff with annual influenza immunization is poor, absence of antibody may provide an indication of influenza susceptibility for neonatal patients and staff. We studied our NICU(More)
The quality of patient care is dependent upon the quality of the multitude of decisions that are made daily in clinical practice. Increasingly, modern health care is seeking to pursue better decisions (including an emphasis on evidence-based practice) and to engage patients more in decisions on their care. However, many treatment decisions are made in the(More)
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