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Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Hello, I am looking for the Microprocessor application engineer with best knowledge of assembly languages. Must be knowledgeable with Machine language (Assembly languages) The project will be given in a time frame with the initial phase and need to collaborative with the given final projects, when it is assigned. All of the reference codes and extra sources, etc will be given as we move forward the project.
Skills: Machine Design Analog Electronics IBM AS/400 Control Language Assembly Language
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone who has experience with making and manufacturing toothbrushes. In order to work on this project, you must know in detail how a toothbrush is made. Must sign an NDA before receiving the project brief details.
Skills: Machine Design Mechanical Engineering Product Design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
We have a number of machines which were designed by hand on velums which we now need converted into SolidWorks models and drawings. We have an initial machine that this project is for to establish proficiency and drawing layouts and requirements. We will be selecting 3 freelancers for this initial evaluation from which we will select one to work with us for the conversion of the remainder of our hand drawings. Must have your own version of SolidWorks 15 and ideally have industrial machine design experience
Skills: Machine Design 3D Modeling Drafting SolidWorks
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5,000 - Posted
I'm a NYC-based radiologist hoping to improve patient understanding/engaging with radiology reports using natural language processing. Project Goals Patient-portals that allow patient's access to their medical information is on a steep rise. And, the #2 most common thing patient's look up and want access to is their radiology reports (#1 is laboratory data). The problem is that current surveys reveal that patient's are greatly unsatisfied by radiology reports due to their complex medical jardon, polysyllabic compound words, obscure anatomical references, etc. - they want to understand but are discouraged by the language. I think we can change that. Specifics of use for NLP We can use NLP to convert/translate complex radiology reports into much more understandable yet completely accurate/informative patient-centered reports. We can rewrite them in lay language and link certain words to additional information and anatomical maps. We can use NLP to fully engage the patient and involve them in their care by helping them understand the radiology report. One group at UPenn recently demonstrated proof of concept: http://siim.org/?page=15ab_porter. I think there's incredible potential for this technique to change how patient's engage with their medical data. Deliverables 1) Input: Input a standard/complex radiology report. 2) Run the report through our NLP algorithms 3) Output: A completely translated report written in lay terms (6th or 8th-grade reading level) with hyperlinks to additional information and anatomical maps. To start, I would like to process, for example 1000 brain MRIs or 1000 abdomen/pelvis CTs, etc. (of which I can provide) to determine the frequency of the most commonly used words and phrases for each given study, and from there we can make a "dictionary" of those words in layman terms, which could than be substituted in to improve patient understanding and engagement... I'd like to start with one exam type (i.e. Brain MRI) to prove proof of concept. If you have any interest, please feel free to contact me. Chris
Skills: Machine Design Machine learning Natural language processing Python