Parisa Naraei
Parisa Naraei
Contributor, The Yuan

Parisa Naraei is an expert in cognitive science and its applications in healthcare. As an active member of the Canadian Institute for Health Information’s management team, she has been instrumental in driving forward emerging digital, AI & cloud tech in the healthcare industry.

DL can now be used to automatically classify, segment liver tumors
Automatic DL-based methods for semantic pixel-by-pixel classification and segmentation of liver tumors hold the key to detecting this type of cancer earlier and preventing the worst outcomes. AI and health expert Parisa Naraei conducts a tour of their workings.
Parisa Naraei  |  Nov 15, 2023
Deep learning finds depression on social media
This paper demonstrates a comparative performance of the various machine learning models used to classify tweets, which helps detect early signs of depression using computing tools, statistical analysis, linguistic feature extraction techniques, and machine-learning algorithms. Keywords—twitter, data mining, twins, Natural Language Processing, sentiment analysis, neural networks, LSTM.
Parisa Naraei  |  Sep 20, 2022
An automated machine learning COVID-19 pipeline
Researcher Parisa Naraei details how AI chatbots glean better data and attain fuller analyses, faster insights, and precision answers in the war against COVID-19 and relates the nuts and bolts of crafting these conversational AI apps.
Parisa Naraei  |  Aug 03, 2022