Newsroom Computational Audiology, April 4 Author: Jan-Willem Wasmann, audiologist at the ENT department of the Radboud University Medical Center Nijmegen in the Netherlands. Below you find the latest news and…
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Here you can watch the ISA webinar about Computational Audiology held on 9 December 2020 Computational Audiology from…
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e-AUDIOLOGY = Capitalizing On The Digital Revolution...
The COVID-19 crisis has rapidly and dramatically expanded the global interest in and demand for tele-audiology services, even in highly developed countries with well-established audiological services.
Although cochlear implants (CIs) provide hearing for severely-hearing-impaired or deaf populations, certain hearing abilities remain challenging for CI users.
Auditory modeling is indispensable for precision diagnostics and individualized treatment
The biggest hurdle facing computational audiologists may not be perfecting machine learning methods, but creating the infrastructure- including hardware, data management tools, and software engineering skills- to support this new type of research.
Dynamically masked audiograms achieve accurate true threshold estimates and reduce test time compared to current clinical masking procedures.