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10th Edition of International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders

October 21-23, 2024

October 21 -23, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA
INBC 2021

Meenal Dhall

Speaker at Brain Disorders Conference - Meenal Dhall
University of Delhi, India
Title : Artificial intelligence and Neuroanthropology: A holistic approach


Neuroanthropologists understand the dynamic enculturation of brain and cognitive functions in their external and internal environment. It necessitates the researchers to analyse big data for seeking proper understanding. Artificial intelligence (AI) is far better at predicting behavior than the human mind. The invention of anthromorphized robots which shows emotions and empathy like humans is also a result of AI applications. It holds great potential to advance diagnosis and treatment of patients with neurocognitive disorders. Early detection of pathological cognitive decline facilitates the greatest impact of restorative or preventative treatments. AI in healthcare is the use of computational algorithms that mimic human cognitive functions to analyze complex medical data. AI technologies like machine learning (ML) support the integration of biological, psychological, and social factors when approaching diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of disease. Sociodemographic and other forms of population data offer rich information from large datasets because many countries collect population data regarding health, socioeconomic status, and social and family networks of older adults, such information may also provide an opportunity to compare outcomes across different countries and infer global health estimates of neurocognitive disorder burden. AI's strength lies in its ability to accommodate large quantities of multimodal data. Thus, AI can aid better understanding of unique factors and behaviors associated with cognitive decline that have been previously difficult to quantify. This study will offer the understanding of how AI made easier to understand and prevent neurocognitive disorders with better outcomes than before.


Dr. Meenal Dhall completed Doctorate of Philosophy in Anthropology from University of Delhi in 2013. Dr. Dhall has 40 research articles published in National and International journals. She has 05 edited books and 02 books authored. Dr. Dhall has visited many countries like Germany, Sweden, Austria, France, Cape Town in connection with academic activities. Her areas of interest are Physiological Anthropology, Kinanthropometry, Public Health and Epidemiology, Nutrition, Physical Activity, Neuroscience, Human growth & development and Epigenetics. She is life member of various organizations. She is presently Assistant Professor and teaching in the Department of Anthropology, University of Delhi, India.