Machine Learning for medical rehabilitation

schedule Aug 31st 04:30 PM - 05:15 PM place Grand Ball Room 2 people 32 Interested

Walking is one of the most common human activity. But the human gait varies by gender, age, culture etc. How can we use pre-trained models to identify human gait across different images.

In this session, we take a look at a real world case study where we are using deep learning models and Vision algorithms like DeeperCut and ArtTrack to objectively measure the human pose and gait and use this as a measure to predict their rehabilitation helping them to get back onto their feet in weeks instead of months.

We will look at how we went about building and training the model to understand the human gait. We will also look at the challenges that we faced when we wanted to use a generic model to understand Indian patients. We will also touch about the importance of trust and accuracy when working with machine learning algorithms in the healthcare space.

 
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Outline/structure of the Session

  • Using ArtTrack and DeeperCut algorithms to detect human body structures.
  • Re-training the model for medical rehabilitation patients.
  • Challenges in the ML model for Indian patients
  • Running the machine learning algorithm on a video
  • Predicting gait trends based on machine learning

Learning Outcome

In this session the participant will understand how we train a machine learning model to infer specific information like the human pose and identifying different parts of the body. They will also learn about the challenges of personalizing ML algorithms by re-training it with local datasets.

Target Audience

Anyone who wants to understand the practical applications of machine learning in real life scenarios

Prerequisite

Understanding basics of machine learning like training models and ML algorithms.

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  • Naresh Jain
    By Naresh Jain  ~  4 months ago
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    Praveen, thank you for this interesting proposal. Given the target audience of the conference is data science practitioners, would you be able to focus more on the ML side of things? What challenges did you face while designing, training and productionizing your ML and how did you overcome those? If you agree, request you to please update your proposal to reflect the same.

    Also, I found the following video online https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zA49HxyhZmg Is there any other video of you presenting a topic? This would help the program committee understand your presentation style.

    Finally, you've asked for Broadband internet connection. We'll have wifi at the conference, but I would recommend not to depend on it as its usually flaky.


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    schedule 4 months ago
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