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    Game development work reported in New York Times

    by  • April 21, 2013 • Posts • 0 Comments

    The New York Time recently ran an article featuring some of the work on game development for health care, done by Dr.Hamid Ekbia and his colleagues: “Dr. Hamid Ekbia, a research professor at Indiana University Bloomington, is developing a game system for stroke patients that would automatically document, maintain and analyze data on the...

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    Assisting stroke sufferers with video games

    by  • March 19, 2013 • Posts • 0 Comments

    “Hamid Ekbia, Ph.D., associate professor of information science at the IU School of Library and Information Science at IU Bloomington, is the recipient of an Indiana CTSI Research Invention and Scientific Commercialization Grant supporting work to modify existing video game systems — such as the Nintendo Wii and Microsoft Kinect — to provide in-home...

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    Hamid Ekbia – Keynote Talk – Artificial Dreams International Conference, Czech Republic

    by  • December 17, 2012 • Posts • 0 Comments

    Beyond AI Conference

    Form the SLIS website: SLIS faculty member Hamid Ekbia gave the keynote talk at the Beyond AI: Artificial Dreams International Conference held November 6-7, 2012 at the University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic. The conference focused on “interdisciplinary and philosophical aspects of artificial intelligence. The aim of this year is to question...

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    Indiana CTSI awards more than $500,000 to promising research projects

    by  • November 27, 2012 • Posts • 0 Comments

    About 30 scientists recently received more than $500,000 dollars from the Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute to accelerate the transformation of novel scientific discoveries into new medical treatments and therapies. Dr. Hamid Ekbia was among the recipients of the grants with a project focusing on tele-rehabilitation. You can find more information about these...

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