Craig Johnson

Craig is a marine community ecologist and Director of the Marine and Antarctic Futures Centre in the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS) at the University of Tasmania.
His research is broadly concerned with the dynamics of temperate and tropical reef communities and Antarctic pelagic systems, as well as the science that underpins responsible management of marine systems. Craig works about equally with marine animals and algae, and his research is divided between field work, strongly focused on conducting ecological experiments underwater, and building computer models of marine system dynamics. His research is published in over 120 peer-reviewed publications including two edited books.
More info: http://www.imas.utas.edu.au/people/profiles/current-staff/j/craig-johns…

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Business Application of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare (Coursera)

The future of healthcare is becoming dependent on our ability to integrate Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence into our organizations. But it is not enough to recognize the opportunities of AI; we as leaders in the healthcare industry have to first determine the best use for these applications ensuring [...]
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