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Busy Week Ahead for AI-Mind: Alzheimer Europe Conference and 7th General Assembly

The week of 16-20 October 2023 promises to be a dynamic period for the AI-Mind project and its esteemed consortium members. Commencing the activities is the highly anticipated 33rd Alzheimer Europe Conference. On 17th October, AI-Mind will lead a session on “The potential of artificial intelligence for dementia risk prediction“. Scientific poster presentations on the 18th will showcase the work of AI-Mind researchers in the fields of EEG screening, AI modelling, clinical studies, and other pertinent areas in dementia research. 

Following this, on the 18th, a special session on the “Ethic workshop” organised by OSLO UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (OUS) for the consortium members will engage participants in relevant discussions before the official start of the 7th AI-Mind General Assembly. 

Hosted by HELSINKI UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (HUS) in Helsinki, Finland on 19-20 October, this internal consortium event will be the pinnacle of this dynamic week. 

With over 50 participants expected to gather in person, the assembly promises a diverse array of expertise and insights. The meticulously crafted agenda will feature presentations, panel discussions, and lectures from both internal and external experts, fostering detailed discussions on pivotal aspects of the AI-Mind Project. For those unable to join us in person, the assembly will be accessible online, ensuring broad participation.

We anticipate productive discussions and collaborative efforts aimed at the successful execution of planned activities. For further information, please visit our project website. We eagerly await a productive and insightful assembly and will report back with key takeaways soon.