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Enhancing Spontaneous Recovery after Stroke Study (ESPRESSo)

Enhancing Spontaneous Recovery after Stroke Study (ESPRESSo)

Research digital skills training 2021 Enhancing Spontaneous Recovery after Stroke Study (ESPRESSo) Prof Winston Byblow, Principal Investigator, Exercise Sciences, Prof Cathy Stinear & Prof Alan Barber, Medicine; A/Prof Arier Lee, Biostatistician, University of...
Virtual childhood obesity prevention laboratory

Virtual childhood obesity prevention laboratory

Virtual childhood obesity prevention laboratory Professor Ni Mhurchu, Programme Leader, Population Health. University of Auckland. Deep learning & analytics provided by Sina Masoud-Ansari, Research IT Specialist, Centre for eResearch, University of Auckland...
Centre for eResearch machine learning service

Centre for eResearch machine learning service

There has been significant growth in interest around machine learning and its applications to research. This has largely been driven by advances in algorithms, particularly in neural networks where the use of Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) has reduced the time to train complex or ‘deep’ neural networks by orders of magnitude. With the rise of ‘big data’, researchers are increasingly finding opportunities to apply these methods to deliver new insights.