This year seven papers have been accepted for presentation at the workshop:

  • Sidharth Gupta, Alexandros Sklavounos, Joshua Dahmer, Anthony Yong, Mohammed Abdullah, Gilberto Camacho, Keith Morton, Matthew Shiu, Jean Labrecque, Teodor Veres, Aaaron Wheeler, Alex Mariakakis. Machine Learning to Automate the Visual Interpretation of Chemical Agglutination Tests
  • Erik Altermann, Fernando Moya Rueda, Eugen Rusakov, Gernot Fink. Retrieval-based Annotation of Multi-channel Time Series Data for HAR
  • Sumaiya Suravee, Teodor Stoev, David Schindler, Iris Hochgraeber, Christiane Pinkert, Bernhard Holle, Margareta Halek, Frank Krüger, Kristina Yordanova. Annotation Scheme for Named Entity Recognition and Relation Extraction Tasks in the Domain of People with Dementia
  • Rafael Poyiadzi, Daniel Bacaicoa Barber, Jesús Cid Sueiro, Miquel Perelló Nieto, Peter Flach, Raul Santos-Rodriguez. The Weak Supervision Landscape
  • Hamed Darbandi, Paul Havinga. A machine learning approach to analyze rider’s effects on horse gait using on-body inertial sensors
  • Abe F Kazemzadeh. BERT-Assisted Semantic Annotation Correction for Emotion-Related Questions
  • Farzad Shahabi, Yang Gao, Nabil Alshurafa. ActiveSense: A Novel Active Learning Framework for Human Activity Recognition Tasks