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Apolipoprotein L1 gene variants associate with hypertension-attributed nephropathy and the rate of kidney function decline in African Americans
Kidney disease in AASK participants was strongly associated with APOL1 renal risk variants and these variants were consistently associated with renal disease progression across medication classes and blood pressure targets.
Integration of Planning with Recognition for Responsive Interaction Using Classical Planners
This paper proposes an integration of planning with probabilistic recognition where each method uses intermediate results from the other as a guiding heuristic for recognition of the plan/goal in-progress as well as the interactive response.
Blue sky ideas in artificial intelligence education from the EAAI 2017 new and future AI educator program
Responses to "blue sky" questions from the EAAI New and Future AI Educator Program, intended to help motivate discussion around issues in AI education.
Plan and Activity Recognition from a Topic Modeling Perspective
The application of Latent Dirichlet Allocation topic models to human skeletal data of plan execution traces obtained from a RGB-D sensor is explored and initial empirical results suggest that such NLP methods can be useful in complex PR and AR tasks.
Temporal and Object Relations in Unsupervised Plan and Activity Recognition
We consider ways to improve the performance of unsupervised plan and activity recognition techniques by considering temporal and object relations in addition to postural data. Temporal relationships…
Learning Therapy Strategies from Demonstration Using Latent Dirichlet Allocation
- Hee-Tae Jung, R. Freedman, Tammie Foster, Yu-Kyong Choe, S. Zilberstein, R. Grupen
- 18 March 2015
This work applies Latent Dirichlet Allocation on the batch data collected during teletherapy sessions between a single stroke patient and a single therapist to encode the therapist's decision criteria in terms of the patient's motor performance features.
How Robots Can Recognize Activities and Plans Using Topic Models
The application of Latent Dirichlet Allocation topic models to human skeletal data of plan execution traces obtained from a RGB-D sensor is explored and the initial empirical results suggest that such NLP methods can be useful in complex PR and AR tasks.
Towards Quicker Probabilistic Recognition with Multiple Goal Heuristic Search
A single execution of a planner will potentially speed up the recognition process using the original method, which also maintains the sacriﬁced properties and improves some of the assumptions made by Ram´ırez and Geffner.
Safety in AI-HRI: Challenges Complementing User Experience Quality
Challenges that will need to be addressed in safe AIHRI are identified and an overview of approaches to consider are provided, many stemming from the contemporary research.
Integration of Planning with Plan Recognition Using Classical Planners (Extended Abstract)