Is Artificial Intelligence Suitable Enough for Replacing Professional Medical Treatment?
This research evaluates the effectiveness of chatbots in providing supplemental treatment for depression. The results of this research showed that the bots provided very accurate treatment, but could be improved even further.Read More
Evaluating Performances of Content-Based and Collaborative Filtering in Business Settings
This paper assesses both content-based and collaborative recommendation algorithms. Using a combination of different metrics, it discusses their relative advantages and disadvantages as well as the viability of both models from a business perspective.Read More
How Will Chatbots Evolve to Help Us in the Future?
The potential future applications of chatbots are astounding, in fields as varied as education and retail. This paper considers the ways chatbots are already being used in a wide range industries, and looks forward to the future.Read More
How to Optimise the Design of Public E-bikes with a User-Centred Approach
This paper focuses on bettering the current design of E-bikes with an intent to improve the user-centred approach. It does this by considering an existing company case study, compiling an HTA of the process, and identifying problems. For each of the issues noted, it then offers a suggestion to improve public E-bikes as a whole.Read More
Optimization of the Public Electric Scooter Service Using a User-Centered Design Process
This paper aims to present a newly improved design of E-Scooters and their system by establishing a framework for a user-centered design process. Hierarchical task analysis, as well as knowledge of the general socio-technical system, is then applied to identify areas of improvement within the system, and using this as a reference, user requirements are stated and justified, and a low-fidelity prototype of the electric scooter is constructed.Read More