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Dr. Libin on Predictive Analytics in Gaming

Alexander V. Libin, Scientific Director, Veteran Affairs DC Medical Center & Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Georgetown University Predictive Analytics for Embedded Assessment Framework: Developing Data-based Multimedia Technologies Games are humans’ inherited first choice when it comes to mastering the world, whether they are aimed at everyday life learning, understanding other people’s actions and motivation, or […]

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Elena, May, 2014

RoboticPsychology® and RoboTherapy®: A Person-Robot Companionship Robotic psychology is defined as an interdisciplinary field of research and practice that focuses on the compatibility between people and artificial creatures on different levels: sensorimotor, emotional, cognitive, and social. Robotic psychology studies the psychological significance of robots’ behavior and its intertwining with elements of physical and social environments. […]

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Alex, April 13, 2014

Translational Science: Medical Dilemmas through the Patient’s Eyes Georgetown-Howard University Clinical Center for Translational Sciences (GHUCCTS) is a partnership among five organizations: Georgetown University, Howard University, Washington Veteran’s Affairs Medical Center, MedStar Health Research Institute, and the Oakridge National Laboratories. A new GHUCCTS pilot research project currently underway at Howard and Georgetown Universities, which aims […]

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Elena, December 1, 2011

Robots Who Care: Common Sense and Artificial Intelligence Robotic Psychology and Robotherapy concept based on a new paradigm in robotic sciences that emphasizes ‘human-oriented’ rather than ‘mechano-centric’ values of engineering design resulting in user-friendly appearance and increased interactivity of artificial creatures.Robotic Psychology focuses on studying compatibility between people and robotic creatures on sensory-motor,emotional, cognitive, and […]

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Alex, May 13, 2011

How-to-Videos (HtV): YouTube Platform for Self-Management On-line knowledge sharing of disability self-management offers a learning advantage in that it can be individualized to on-line community members’ needs. It also promotes accessibility by removing the geographic, transportation, financial, time, and distance barriers that often accompany face-to-face, patient oriented education. The How-to-Videos (HtV) training framework incorporates a […]

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