Using smartphones for suicide prevention: an evaluation of the BeyondNow safety planning app.
Glenn Melvin, Beyond Blue, Australia
Ethics of AI
Yolanda Lannquist, The Future Society, Harvard Kennedy School of Government, USA
Link work: open data, shared data, and social prescribing
Timothy Hill, Open Data Institute, UK
Capturing the ‘I’ in a language of ‘we’: individual and collective identity and health in off- and online communication
Yasemin J Erden, St Mary’s University, London, UK
Machine learning and routine data: helping clinicians identify those at risk of suicide
Ann John & Marcos del Pozo Baños, Swansea University, UK
Combining language and heterogeneous usergenerated content to sense mental health
Maria Liakata, Warwick University & The Alan Turing Institute, UK
Virtual reality and its applications in mental health
Tom Szirtes, Mbryonic, UK
Social media suicide risk assessment.
Matthew Matero, Stony Brook University, USA
RADAR-MDD: preliminary findings from King’s College London.
Faith Matcham, Alina Ivan & Katie White, King’s College, London, UK.
Unity & survival: hostile habitats, isolation and deep space exploration.
Andrew Smithsimmons, Braided Communications & Ieso Digital Health & OxfordVR, UK
EFFIP project: participatory research to co-produce a digital intervention with carers and for carers
Jacqueline Sin, St George’s University of London, UK
Five indicators of online abuse on high profile criminal cases.
Carolina Are, Department of Sociology, City, University of London, UK
Why tech should care about mental capacity.
Dexter Penn, University College London & Kalgera, UK
Data-driven studies of fringe communities and their nefarious impact on the greater web.
Emiliano De Cristofaro, University College London, UK
Acoustics and wellbeing
Mark Sheppard, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
CogStack ecosystem: facilitating the use of electronic health records for early risk detection and intervention.
Tao Wang & Yamiko Msosa, King’s College London, UK.