Atsushi Yanagisawa, a high school student who is my junior at my alma mater Takatsuki High School, made his debut at an international conference and won the Emerging Researcher Award!
Atsushi Yanagisawa, who is currently a high school student at my alma mater Takatsuki High School, won the Emerging Researcher Award at his debut at an international conference!
He’s only 17 years old! What a genius!
His research looked at whether it is possible to prevent falls by building a database of the medical records of patients, processing the information with deep learning, and utilizing AI to predict the chance of falls among hospitalized patients.
I had the chance to provide funding support for this research after receiving a proposal from my former classmates, Eiichiro Ueda and Atsushi Inoue.
Thanks for this wonderful opportunity and for the amazing results of your research!
A second-year high school student in the GS course won the Emerging Researcher Award at the International Conference on Informatics, Electronics & Vision (ICIEV), a conference on information engineering that involves deep learning.
The topic of the presentation was “Prediction of medical incidents through an analysis of electronic medical records using machine learning” (Japanese title).
– Takatsuki Junior & Senior High School, Education Foundation of Osaka Medical and Pharmaceutical University
For the future of life sciences: Donation to Takatsuki Senior High School, Education Foundation of Osaka Medical and Pharmaceutical University