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AI-Mind Project Prepares for 8th General Assembly in Amsterdam

AI-Mind Project Prepares for 8th General Assembly in Amsterdam The much-anticipated 8th General Assembly (GA) of the AI-Mind project is set to unfold in the vibrant city of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, on March 11th and 12th, 2024. Hosted at the iconic NEMO Science Museum, the event promises to be a hub of collaboration, scientific discussions […]

AI-Mind as the partnering project of the Human Brain Project (HBP)

AI-Mind has been featured as the partnering project of the EU-funded Human Brain Project (HBP) and with that joins the network dedicated to translating the societal benefit of brain science. Human Brain Project Director General Paweł Świeboda highlights that “The Human Brain Project and EBRAINS stand for openness and collaboration. Our state-of-the-art digital research infrastructure […]

Increasing the impact of the AI-Mind project with Horizon IP Scan service

To develop AI-based diagnostics tools that could be used by healthcare professionals in the future, the AI-Mind team search for the best ways to increase the impact of the project results and facilitate their uptake with the benefit to the patients. Committed to that, Lurtis, on behalf of all small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) involved […]

The AI-Mind project was presented at international conferences

Dr. Ira Haraldsen has presented the AI-Mind project at two conferences in June: The Midnight Sun Conference for Patient-Related Artificial Intelligence on 15-16 June brought together researchers, clinicians, and other interested parties to share experiences, discuss, and learn about how artificial intelligence is used and can be implemented in health services. The conference attracted in […]

AI-Mind webinars in the field of EEG and MEG screening methods

AI-Mind project is active from the beginning, and we are happy to invite researchers and health professionals for the webinars organised in the field of EEG and MEG screening methods, held online on the 21st and 28th of June at 14:00 CEST. Dr. Mia Liljeström invites for the webinar on the Neurophysiological basis of EEG […]

The AI-Mind project invites healthcare professionals to participate in a survey

Despite many research initiatives, current clinical practice lacks tools for accurate and early diagnosis of people with mild cognitive impairment at risk of progressing to dementia. The AI-Mind project aims to extend the “dementia-free” period thanks to AI-based brain screening tools and to shift the clinical reality. This will not only support professionals with an […]

The AI-Mind was successful in the EBRAINS Research Infrastructure Voucher Call!

Human Brain Project announced winners of third EBRAINS Voucher Call. AI-Mind has been granted access to EBRAIN’s implementation support among thirteen other innovative projects from Europe, United States, and Canada.  Together with a dedicated expert from Human Brain Project, AI-Mind will develop and implement tailored infrastructure features to enhance brain modeling and simulation platform. AI-Mind […]

AI-Mind has its own youtube channel

It’s now official, the AI-Mind project has its own channel on youtube. In the very first video, AI-Mind Project Coordinator, Dr. Ira Haraldsen (Oslo University Hospital) introduces the main goals of the project, used technologies, developed methods, and benefits of early prediction tools. On behalf of the Norwegian Health Association, Anne Rita Øksengård highlights the […]

The Research Council in Norway evaluates the AI-Mind project as of high importance

According to the news of the Norwegian Research Council, professional communities from industry, academia, health sector, and public administration play a strong part in the competition for EU research and innovation funds. Over the past seven years, Norwegian actors have received more than 1.5 billion EUR through Horizon 2020, and the share has risen steadily. […]


AI-Mind project is accelerating and looks for two highly motivated Ph.D. researchers to join the team at the Department of Neurology, Oslo University Hospital (OUH) to work in an interdisciplinary group. As a five-year Research and Innovation Action (RIA) project, with a consortium of fifteen project partners from eight European countries, it is an excellent […]