Paper presented at the AMIA 2021 conference

Mor Peleg and Nicole Veggiotti presented a paper at the AMIA 2021 Annual Symposium on enhancing the IDEAS framework with ontology in order to design digital interventions (virtual capsules) for the wellbeing of cancer patients. The preprint version of the paper can be downloaded from the website.

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1st Periodic Review

We underwent the 1st Technical Review. The Project Officer and the reviewers positively evaluated the work completed so far and provided us with recommendations on how to further improve it. We would like to thank them for a very interesting discussion and a constructive feedback.

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Art Visualizations

Anna Dumitriu and Alex May are deeply engaging with CAPABLE project to create new artworks that can be exhibited in a range of settings. Both artists have extensive experience in working with AI and wearable technologies and exploring the implications of emerging digital technologies in societal and cultural contexts. Together…

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Art Visualizations
PhysicAI - gallery visualization

3rd Consortium Meeting (Virtual)

The 3rd Consortium Meeting was held on 22-23 June 2021. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic it was still on-line. Despite this, we spent two very productive days discussing the current work progress, results and plans.The meeting started with a brief discussion concerning the administrative issues. Then, representatives of non-technical…


Paper accepted for the CBMS 2021 conference

We are excited to announce that our paper "Is it a good time to survey you? Cognitive load classification from Blood Volume Pulse" has been accepted a long paper for the 34th IEEE CBMS International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS 2021).


Papers and demo accepted for the AIME 2021 conference

We are happy to announce that two of our papers: "CAncer PAtients Better Life Experience (CAPABLE) first proof-of-concept demonstration" "Catching patient’s attention at the right time to help them undergo behavioural change: Stress classification experiment from Blood Volume Pulse" have been accepted as short and long papers, respectively, for the…

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