Toward the Development of a Blokchain-enabled Voice-to-Text Transcriber Plugin in an Electronic Medical Record for Doctro-Patient Conversations
Date of Award
Master of Science in Chemistry, Straight Program
Information Systems & Computer Science
Ma. Regina Justina E. Estuar, PhD
To my parents, my sisters, and my tita, thank you for staying by my side to finish this until the very end. Even during times when I felt lost and uninspired, you all have shown your steadfast support for this endeavor. I am deeply grateful for your support and patience. To my thesis adviser Doc Reena, thank you for all your guidance and in- sightful pieces of advice. To the faculty and staff of the Department of Information and Computer Science, thank you for your cheerful greetings and unwavering support and guidance with thesis and non-thesis matters. To the faculty and staff of the Technology Management Office, thank you for welcoming me into your office during the early months of my graduate stud- ies. I am grateful for having met every single one of you and for having shared a co-working space in the office. Lastly, I would like to give an acknowledgement to the Engineering and Research Development for Technology for providing the scholarship.
(2019). Toward the Development of a Blokchain-enabled Voice-to-Text Transcriber Plugin in an Electronic Medical Record for Doctro-Patient Conversations. Ateneo de Manila University.