Wednesday, November 16, 2022 12pm to 1pm
About this Event
1030 Hitt Street
Enabling the use of spatial context is vital to understanding today’s complex digital health problems beyond visualizing maps and intuitive observations. It is paramount to build a robust geospatial artificial intelligence (AI) capacity to integrate social, environmental and infrastructural knowledge base to empower health researchers’ use of geospatial context to promptly answer health issues. In this talk, I will present recent geospatial AI works from my lab with applications in telemedicine catchment, health disparities, environmental health, biosecurity and risk assessment in pandemic preparation for resilience and mitigation. I also will introduce geospatial resources from MU, regional and international collaborators.