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much good wanted everybody thanks for the presentation no pressure on my may stuff that this presentation
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so what i'm trying to do today is give you the main concept of of mine
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maze and to show some of the application that mine is is that a lot
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select just under the mission of my made which is block the human potential permitted technology for learning the recovery
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so my ms was funded by test their study was on the first page of the newspaper this week um
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and it was folded into doesn't twelve as a spin off of the number of cognitive neuroscience of that
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be offended at the back of a sort of blank at the centre for the rubber spaces
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and any development they are my ms are headquartered using the it was um but we have of
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since some per se school in the u. k. longer in part of this uh uh
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any romania um the core team the core value of of uh
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my mazes putting together no scientists engineers computer scientists mathematicians
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we different expertise to really unique platform of softer than hundred actor
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um i'd like to start from from the the science behind my mesa dash that it is done is usually we don't
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run 'cause i i know that we've already seen these movie by presented by me to know her but in this
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morning uh because this is the design is where my race come from where i come from come from one bruno having
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come from workbench today come from that is the neuroscience of them what he meant it is how we perceive
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our perception of the body space and this quick illusion which always works in generating the nice
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action in the audience show that's how it's easy impossible to manipulate our sense of sense
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by manipulating over multi sensory inputs in the in the speaker what happens
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is that just by applying touch on a fake and and uh
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and on the other hand just by viewing touch and feeling that it is
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possible to blurry the boundary between my body and uh in artificial object
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and then the evolution of these uh um rabbit and illusions called the full but
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illusion that perverse about okay uh showed it at the p. f. l.
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where if you have an avatar and if you're hitting gauge mounted display your
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feet touching your back and you see they haven't i've been to patch
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at the same look good position at the same time you have the feeling that you are the
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avatars bodies your body and you have the feeling that yourself you shifting with the other
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so why is this the case we really this is the case
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because our brain normally integrates multi sensory inputs from our body
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meaning that the space around the world body recordable personal space when i moved my hand in my hand here i see
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my hand moving i feel touch my hand i had out because if either one my hand is doing here
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and these i created move to censor congruence even though the inputs coming from a body
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and from the school and see it from disintegration the brain generate
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the experience of being here in our in our physical body
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and we study a lot what are the mood to censor the basis of these all these
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um functions under study without the the naval bases of this function in the brain
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and then what happens when you when you have to win money but they
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didn't do sensible cues such as the the full before but illusions
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the boundary where your brain integrating sensor information expense and it
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incorporates an artificial bodies and about that in between reality
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now why this is interesting because if you really understand what have the constraints
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what are the principal generating these experience of our body here now
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then we can manipulate easy inputs with technology and you can recreate we can get out of the experience of the buttons
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base index because of the self and is what we do with what we can do in detroit and eighty
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and there are two main that is the which we can manipulate when i showed you
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already is by manipulating the sensory input if even catch a viewing touch another location
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the other one is by me many many polluting diesel motor import it is i
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moved my hand if i see a hand moving at the same time
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from an avatar from a vigilante environment my brain immediately links
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the two and my temper of twos and generate a feeling that the hand is
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moving is my hand the men that button better control to vigilantes my body
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so if we know these principles then we can really implemented powerful
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between reality techniques and it what my mazes down by
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ah i say they do stink the the the the means
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of doing these manipulation of implemented the same basic principles
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and my missus than it's been in the sense of a multimodal
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and uh interdisciplinary platform which combined companies whenever silence between reality
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atlanta reality artificial intelligence robotics completes new content
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and mine is there's two main applications at the moment by missus focusing more on that clear
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really on and get application about bandwidth will develop will have for sure
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application in the entertainment and and media and gaining for instance
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um so let me start from the main focus on the main target of of mine is application
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the stock so when you have a senator accidents you you have big lesion in your brain
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what you and maybe give a lot of our motivated because you
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cannot move anymore you your your body yeah control asia parked
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of your body and therefore you cannot interacting that we'd environment the
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way you want and then you have also cognitive deficits following
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i'm beating your interaction with environment this is huge functional impact in the
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possibility of the patient overcrowding and getting back to their normal life
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uh there is some evidence that the totality can be used as a
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tool to improve or whatever they visit in patients with stock
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uh so this is the big okay review is the bible
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of uh as evidence mate based magazine in the us
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and in these refugees out those collect all there because about which what anti to come group that there are some
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evidence that you can use it and do whatever they fitted to stroke patients now one key point is that
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there are some evidence scientific evidence there are a lot of stuff that's that a lot of uh
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ah investments that are a lot of initiatives to develop
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machines to the problem to to uh develop training
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for patients one of the key thing is that in order to be effective in order to be
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or to make a difference we should basically our approach on evidence based medicine
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because we have to show that that what machines uh works does
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that any written by adam dazzling who who is one of the pioneers
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of of um new technologies in the science and and many scene
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and uh in israeli point highlights two important points for that um
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industry to to frequently try to um exaggerate the success that the moment we have
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i don't have that and that we need high level of scientific background of annotation for our product
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it is what we're trying to do and my mates and i hope we we we do in the future more and more
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so what is that don't touch or be totally different get white beach around it is good
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i mean there is a lot of uh excitation around the what about the beach what and it especially in the medical field
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but the reality is not magic it doesn't don't got something something magic what does does it boasts some of
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the principal and the right recovery and it at at lowe's up to have some features in there
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in between that we can propose first of all we can use guitar and that includes the deals at intensity
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we know that there is only one factor predicting success off therapy after stroke that is the intensity of
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the thing so you can use which what i did in other technology to increase the bills
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you can increase motivation because instead of having the patient linger was the same movement for
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hours and hours without those call you can get a fine you can put visit
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um movement in some context for which the patients into more and therefore it rains more
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it allows to have a always a fully come to order a training is that not
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the key point visa therapy is done by it that appears to be if
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it's expertly more because the patient depression but the properly but if depression isn't all
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it doesn't know how to do he over compensate so we can knees
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chain will probably aren't t. if you have a good food boxes and you can control of the the facts
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and therefore even makes my this recovery any this way you can also reduce the cost of that system
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so i'm i'm is at the moment is developed to products that one is already on the market that one would be on the market soon
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menu from from my motion go uh and the idea is really to quiver with this product so they
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will spectrum or what we call the game of here is when you have an accident and you
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go to hospital when you go home there is a lot of stats and that's a tone you
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still need rehabilitation so that the aim of my mazes development products which covers on the spot
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so this is the hospital solution which is called my motion pro so this is a device that you
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can bring it to the back of the patients so these thoughts for hospitals where the patients that
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good stuff to be changed the or reading the post that you even have to face so you see the device this is a
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not the patient of course isn't that at least pretending to be patients sitting in front off screen with markers
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so what the patients that sees a city on the screen on the screen
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that he's a projection of the body of the patients inform about that
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and there are that gets of the movement of the question is do know you'd
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seat so now the parishioners to do some reaching movement in this case
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with the hand and it be in yeah we show and i'm not that is
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in as a form of embodiment always get bored so good patient trade
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so in this way we get and there are cameras and we're motion capture system to exactly measure the movement of the patient
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so in addition we're sure doesn't in this way we are sure that
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means that the patients the right chord movements to be traded
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but at the same time what we do here we um benefit of a
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lot of uh these water mechanism you're right mechanism there in our
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brain bit is our what about as activated not but when we do the movement but also when we see another body doing the movement
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and through these embodiment of the out and we can innocently can stimulate is that it's just
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so these uh again again okay or uh at the hospital there show than normal patients
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moved with a beautician centre when they and number they are in better condition so
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you can do more they can be mostly what it if you want and is
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why we develop my motion go which is a like a like a solution
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which is based on like an act like cameras and um
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sensor system and a lighter device which can be a
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a um a screen of the computer at the moment but would be an eye and a pad to soon
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and did you hear is that really to reproduce a set of
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movements the normal patients has to do for rehabilitation so
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what does movement for this exercise for different part of the body is doubling proximal up the meade trial nobody but
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have been designed by expert therapist who knows exactly the the movement the patients to do
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but this that i think the patients do the movement in the boring way we didn't fight or
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or doing all the movements and we put is in in the context which is finding
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which is enjoyable for the patients still fully controlled because we have the cameras too
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exactly be able to monitor the patients movement and to be sure that at the moment is correct or not
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so there are many centres in you will put in the
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states we're really using invalidating with mine may solutions
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uh we had just finished the soft lunch for my machine well what we collected a data
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from cancer patients that we are uh about what we are now rising at the moment
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to give us a lot of feedback about how the the patients under the therapist are are
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taking our solutions so beside this the solution for the hat yeah raises develop other systems
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a system based on um age more the display any g. system
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our cameras to detect movements that implemented being the solutions and then the new uh
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accessory for my missus called the mascot entities any m. g. a. permeability system implemented into an
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age want to display to record the masses of the face and what we do that
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because imagine that you are in a beat around the system and you are interacting go
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we've uh enough time we can i mean made the face of them are yeah but that
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depending on the movement the data centre is doing so we can reproduce emotions in movement
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in a novel perform and easy you can imagine how can be interesting and and powerful for
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um the the conference in for instance all for gaining go for interactions
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of whatever or or any kind of of application models on the health care system again for patiently
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paralysis of the of the fashion muscles or for patients with problems seen expressing a recognising emotions
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and with these i thank you very much for the attention that big it was
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the presenters you because to me some
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who
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thank you very much

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Conference Program

Mot d'introduction
Sébastien Mabillard, Coordinateur projets e-health, Fondation The Ark
8 June 2017 · 6:05 p.m.
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Les Technologies Cognitives ou l'Homme Augmenté
Jérôme De Nomazy, IBM Suisse
8 June 2017 · 6:09 p.m.
Les Technologies Cognitives ou l'Homme Augmenté - Questions du public
Jérôme De Nomazy, IBM Suisse
8 June 2017 · 6:41 p.m.
Mot de bienvenue
Sébastien Mabillard, Coordinateur projets e-health, Fondation The Ark
9 June 2017 · 9:04 a.m.
Présentation de Swiss Digital Health
Frédéric Bagnoud, CimArk
9 June 2017 · 9:07 a.m.
Présentation des instituts de recherche HES-SO Valais-Wallis
Laurent Sciboz, directeur Institut Informatique de Gestion | HES-SO Valais/Wallis
9 June 2017 · 9:11 a.m.
Virtually Better: How Virtual Reality is Easing Pain, Calming Nerves and Improving Health the Drug-Free Way
Brennan Spiegel, Director of Health Services Research, Cedars-Sinai Health System
9 June 2017 · 9:21 a.m.
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Augmented Reality-assisted surgery
Luc Soler, Directeur de la R&D et Professeur PAST, IRCAD, IHU
9 June 2017 · 11:22 a.m.
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Réalité virtuelle dans le traitement des troubles mentaux
Eric Malbos, Psychiatre et spécialiste du traitement en réalité virtuelle, CHU Conception
9 June 2017 · 11:56 a.m.
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La Simulation Numérique pour les Professionnels de Santé
Xavier Abadie, Directeur du Développement International, SimforHealth
9 June 2017 · 12:28 p.m.
AR for different medical use cases
Antoine Widmer, Professeur HES & co-fondateur d'Adventures Lab
9 June 2017 · 2:04 p.m.
Augmented reality for medical applications
Henrique Galvan Debarba, Chercheur senior, Fondation Artanim
9 June 2017 · 2:15 p.m.
Virtual reality solutions for stroke rehabilitation
Andrea Serino, Responsable de la recherche en neurosciences, Mindmaze
9 June 2017 · 2:34 p.m.
Virtual Reality combined with haptic robotics for rehabilitation
Aurélien Fauquex, Directeur Exécutif et co-fondateur, Lambda Health System
9 June 2017 · 2:48 p.m.
Creating a valuable user experience for nursing home inhabitants
Roel Smolders, Directeur Exécutif, Active84Health
9 June 2017 · 3:05 p.m.
TABLE RONDE : Quelle innovation pour la santé du futur en Suisse?
Eric Beer, Henning Müller, Pascal Detemmerman, Victor Fournier, Resp: Head of Customer Engagement e-Health (Swiss Post), Professeur en informatique médicale HES-SO Valais-Wallis, Directeur Exécutif SwissEnov, Chef du service de la santé publique du Canton du Valais
9 June 2017 · 3:20 p.m.

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