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Crowdsourced algorithms predict epilepsy seizures

In 2016, researchers ran the Seizure Prediction Challenge on the online data science competition platform Kaggle.com. The contest focused on seizure prediction using long-term electrical brain activity recordings from humans obtained in 2013 from the ...

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Press of Atlantic City

911 call leads to Lower Township weapons seizure, arrest

LOWER TOWNSHIP – A 911 call from an unnamed citizen led to the seizure of weapons and arrest of a Villas man. Police received the call at 11:30 a.m. reporting a man in possession of a handgun in the area of Bayshore Road and Greenwood Avenue in the ...

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Researchers Crowdsource 10K Algorithms, Expanding Epileptic Seizure Prediction

To spur development of additional predictive tools, researchers from University of Melbourne in Australia ran a seizure prediction contest on the data science website Kaggle. In the end, they crowdsourced 10,000 algorithms from 646 developers and 478 ...

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Crowdsourcing algorithms to predict epileptic seizures

The contest focused on seizure prediction using long-term electrical brain activity recordings from humans obtained in 2013 from the world-first clinical trial of the implantable NeuroVista Seizure Advisory System. Researchers rigorously evaluated the ...

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Crowdsourcing Campaign Leads to Development of Epileptic Seizure Predicting ...

The crowdsourced project was called Melbourne University AES-Mathworks-NIH Seizure Prediction Challenge. The contest focused on seizure prediction data with long-term electrical brain activity recordings of the human brain from the first clinical trial ...

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Crowdsourcing algorithms to predict epileptic seizures

A study by University of Melbourne researchers reveals clinically relevant epileptic seizure prediction is possible in a wider range of patients than previously thought, thanks to the crowdsourcing of more than 10 000 algorithms worldwide. In 2016 ...

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