Professor Shlomo Berkovsky
Shlomo Berkovsky is the leader of the Clinical AI and Sensing Technologies research stream at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University. The stream focusses on the use of AI methods to develop patient models and personalised predictions of diagnosis and care. Also, the stream investigates how sensors and physiological responses can predict medical conditions, and how clinicians and patients interact with health technologies. Computer Scientist by training, Shlomo possesses deep theoretical and applied expertise in several areas related to human-centric application of AI and he is particularly interested to understand how people interact online with information, technologies, and other people.
Associate Professor Terry Fleming
Terry’s clinical background is in the development and delivery of youth health and mental health services in underserved communities. She became involved in the development of digital tools for mental health in order to put evidence-based therapies in the hands of youth workers and others with strong relationships with young people.
Today Terry is an Associate Professor in the School of Health at Te Herenga Waka | Victoria University Wellington, as well as an honorary academic at The University of Auckland and the President of ISRII, the International Society for Research on Internet Interventions. She has led and advised on the development and use of digital tools for youth mental health in Aotearoa and internationally. Terry is the co-lead of the Youth19 survey and co-developer of SPARX computerised CBT for adolescent depression, one of the most effective computerised adolescent CBT programmes globally. Her research is on gamification and scalable approaches to improve mental health and wellbeing in communities.