Kenneth Enevoldsen is a PhD Student in multimodal representation learning with application in decision support systems in Psychiatry and in the Covid-19 response. This include the application of language models for early detection of mechanical restraint in Psychiatry, the development of psychiatric symptoms and fake news narratives in related to the Covid-19 response.
He is interested in the application of statistical learning techniques in a broad range of fields from humanities to genomics to further both these fields use of advanced statistical models as well as the developments of the models itself. Besides his research interest K. Enevoldsen is interested in design and its affects behavior.
PhD in Multimodal Representation Learning, 2020-
Msc, Cognitive Science, 2019-
BSc, Cognitive Science and Mathematics, 2016-2019
This is blog post includes the original twitter thread introducing tomsup to the twitter. Have you always wanted to understand how models of Theory of Mind (ToM) could actually work during social interactions?
The short story of how I achieved state-of-the-art on all Danish NLP tasks Using SpaCy v3 and a series of other open-source tools