How chatbots and artificial intelligence can help people with neurological disorders

18 May 2016 , 9:29 PM by Sinead Lee Artificial intelligence (AI) was once the realm of science fiction but technological advances have quickly brought AI into our everyday lives.  Could AI help to improve our health outcomes? A team of Queensland researchers has created a chatbot phone application to help people with neurological disorders.Peter Scott speaks with two of the researchers who helped to create HARLIE.Guests:Dr Jacki Liddle, Quality of Life Researcher and Occupational Therapist at the University of Queensland. She also works at the Queensland Brain Institute,Dr David Ireland, Electronic Engineer and Research Scientist at the Australian E-Health Research Centre, CSIRO.(Photo source: University of Queensland) 612_evenings , capricornia_evenings , far_north_evenings , gold_coast_evenings , north_queensland_evenings , north_west_qld_evenings , southern_queensland_evenings , tropical_north_qld_evenings , western_queensland_evenings , wide_bay_evenings


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