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Early Biothreat Detection with Unsupervised Machine Learning
By Julia Lewis, Kelly Peterson, Wathsala Widanagamaachchi, Clifton Baker, Fangxiang Jiao, Chris Nielson, Makoto Jones (PI)
Department of Internal Medicine, University of Utah
We leverage neural network autoencoder models to rapidly detect biological events such as those following natural disasters. After training these models, they learn what is common in Emergency Department (ED) visits in Veterans Affairs medical centers. When the reconstruction distance is high they indicate that the visit is not common even if we do not know the diagnosis.