Ten years ago we had billions of web pages, and now we have roughly 5 billion people using mobile phones, collecting observations, and sharing what they think using SMS (Social Media Services), Twitter, and Facebook. Worldwide, there are currently over 40 billion mobile sensors, with more smart devices being created each day, which make up the Internet of Things.Read more>>
Depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the U.S. and is the leading cause of disability affecting millions of Americans every year. Successful early identification and treatment of depression can lead to many other positive health and behavioral outcomes across the lifespan.
Infrastructure systems are a cornerstone of civilization. Damage to infrastructure from natural disasters such as an earthquake (e.g. Haiti, Japan), a hurricane (e.g. Katrina, Sandy) or a flood (e.g. Kashmir floods) can lead to significant economic loss and societal suffering. Human coordination and information exchange are at the center of damage control.
The aim of this project is to develop comprehensive and reliable context-aware techniques (using machine learning, text mining, natural language processing, and social network analysis) to glean information about the people involved and their interconnected network of relationships, and to determine and evaluate potential harassment and harassers.
An interdisciplinary project involving the Ohio Center of Excellence in Knowledge-enabled Computing (Kno.e.sis) at Wright State University with other Dayton community partners to prevent juvenile repeat offenders from committing crime in the Westwood neighborhood located in the City of Dayton, Ohio.