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very nice indeed it a question which is if you would like to do that but the thought of of
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so when the missing you did he is um created that that is that what
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you see in the state of the art and so that was it
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uh what do you think about the lifespan of that that is if you prefer that that is
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somewhat uh depending on our use of or something like that using how much time would be classed
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and and for you to do is like the most of it consists you isn't very uh
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who did not last long you can spend a lot of false according to thought and then
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maybe stuff and it's been probably the the new but that's that can that for one
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uh_huh uh_huh just you know yeah yeah so my opinion because it is a
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i've been reading basic that finally a hardware technologies
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often i actually are helping pretty quickly but not as quickly
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as a software technology so they go a bit slower
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uh consider in in particular like from your fee finally
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d. technique it's not a um by ann arbour
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side and the number that i have a point of view i don't think it's developing so much so quickly
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so i think that our database will be a interest in for i
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would say yeah i don't know how much but i think
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it would have been interesting like ten years ago and uh hopefully in the next ten years or even more as well
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actually also we're trying and i think that it is important anyway to
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to increase the number of hardware device that you're considering so for
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example as we're doing to increase and to to to record
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the same data sets of similar data sets partially at least seen also that that you can compare even even accretion
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devices as they are released on uh on the on the market
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of the mass market around the scientific market as well
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right so we have questions the first question is kind of really that one so i'm given that you collect it for
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yeah it was into fits of years old and corrected the cuff the consensus
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you may the and i guess when the sense was also um some some signals to the base closing
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so people cross sense all studies like because you twenty five euros one on that that's it
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for instance on this the same sense you've been able to the process it's this thing
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you use a sensible to the training and then you might as if i get to see how much we're
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uh well works using another sensible which will that was partially your question uh aspect to censor age
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the master is that it is a nice idea so no we didn't do it right good so we
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we then my um my second question is uh so you mentioned
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all the simple but nice supported in sharing is they thought
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uh and and so uh my my second question would be is what is it what you take to show you who called with the community
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that is uh uh we're actually thinking to do it and apply started
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to to prepare it for a a share in it finally easy
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personally it's a bit of releasing something that sees
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a a comprehensible that is not a
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and it is clear that it's really for sharing so that's require us time
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okay and uh and uh and i think also that it is important
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that if you realise some code to each can have impact
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does it can be used to go and eat candy provide a advantages to the
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people using it so in particular actually recently we worked on a um
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let's see making it faster than the code much faster compare allies in it uh when it is possible
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and the the d. c. is actually one reason why i would like to share it uh uh hopefully some
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so i could reply could answer that e. in the baseline experiment that will show
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on on occasions same time you say you're if they thought could see you really cool just going to
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post even more than that they exactly exactly there are some groups had already started doing it at
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and i'm like for example a group from uh gotten work
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and the um i i really is to go and that uh that definitely went that direction actually it would be
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cool to use you know protein in a pro of database interface also to allow
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uh the sharing of code because i think that would definitely definitely
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those to be resolved stay late is always a bit of a of a finally to of of
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being sure of what your uh and that that that what are you are sharing use um
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the yeah yeah he alright thank you in any other questions so before you
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all go and steal the last person to separate you from the lounge
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so um i have two things to say maybe three and a first like to
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uh i think the whole fourteen there um what interest we are collecting ideas
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well i'm a topic for not giving workshop so if you have an i. e. what even
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comments on the organisation um uh they just send it to a ending in myself
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uh also because what you think's meaningful a younger generation thank you h. e. s.

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Welcome
Sébastien Marcel, Senior Researcher, IDIAP, Director of the Swiss Center for Biometrics Research and Testing
24 March 2017 · 9:17 a.m.
Keynote - Reproducibility and Open Science @ EPFL
Pierre Vandergheynst, EPFL VP for Education
24 March 2017 · 9:20 a.m.
Q&A: Keynote - Reproducibility and Open Science @ EPFL
Pierre Vandergheynst, EPFL VP for Education
24 March 2017 · 9:54 a.m.
VISCERAL and Evaluation-as-a-Service
Henning Müller, prof. HES-SO Valais-Wallis (unité e-health)
24 March 2017 · 11:35 a.m.
Q&A - VISCERAL and Evaluation-as-a-Service
Henning Müller, prof. HES-SO Valais-Wallis (unité e-health)
24 March 2017 · 12:07 p.m.

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