Explainable AI-derived Robust Brain Signatures of Autism
Autism is one of the most prevalent and heterogeneous neurodevelopmental disorders; yet, despite decades of research, the neurobiology of autism is still poorly understood. The current paradigm for investigating the neurobiology of autism has reached a crossroads: inconsistent findings from underpowered studies fail to address the heterogeneity in autism, precluding the identification of robust and interpretable neurobiological markers and predictors of clinical symptoms, which can be used as more accurate diagnostic measures and precise treatment targets. In this talk, I will present our work toward addressing this challenge by leveraging newly available large-scale brain imaging and clinical data as well as exciting recent advances in explainable artificial intelligence methods.
Date: 8 November 2022, 15:00 (Tuesday, 5th week, Michaelmas 2022)
Venue: via Zoom (please email to get a link or consider subscribing to mailing list here: https://web.maillist.ox.ac.uk/ox/info/ai4mch)
Speaker: Professor Kaustubh Supekar (Stanford University)
Organising department: Department of Psychiatry
Organiser: Dr Andrey Kormilitzin (University of Oxford)
Organiser contact email address: andrey.kormilitzin@psych.ox.ac.uk
Host: Dr Andrey Kormilitzin (University of Oxford)
Part of: Artificial Intelligence for Mental Health Seminar Series
Booking required?: Not required
Booking url: https://web.maillist.ox.ac.uk/ox/info/ai4mch
Booking email: andrey.kormilitzin@psych.ox.ac.uk
Audience: Public
Editor: Andrey Kormilitzin