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Inspiring stories of female PhD students in the AI-Mind project

Inspiring stories of female PhD students in the AI-Mind project On the occasion of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we celebrate the achievements of women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and advocate for greater diversity and equality. Despite population, women and girls continue to face significant barriers to increasing […]

The AI-Mind PhD Club kicked off with an online meeting

PhD Robin Vermeulen, Vebjorn Andersson (OSLO University Hospital), Christoffer Hatlestad-Hall (BrainSymph)

The AI-Mind PhD Club kicked off with an online meeting We are delighted to announce the launch of the AI-Mind PhD Club! The primary goal of the Club is to support young researchers involved in AI-Mind, by offering them the opportunity to share their research interests and findings, connect and collaborate with like-minded individuals from […]

The most recent publication from AI-Mind

Futuristic robot artificial intelligence enlightening AI technology development and machine learning concept. Global robotic bionic science research for future of human life. 3D rendering graphic.

The most recent scientific publication from AI-Mind We are delighted to announce that the scientific publication from the AI-Mind consortium, A Systematic Literature Review of User Trust in AI-Enabled Systems: An HCI Perspective, has been recently published in the International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction. Artificial intelligence (AI) in the health system Currently, there is an […]

Take care of your brain health! AI-Mind educational campaign

The picture of elderly people running and the text follow treh AI-Mind awarness campaign and learn more about mild cognitive impairment, dementia, risk factors and more.

AI-Mind launches the educational social media campaign Every week more people with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) join the AI-Mind study. But what exactly is MCI and what are the symptoms? Is it the same condition as dementia? What are the types of dementia and what are the risk factors? These and many other questions arise […]

AI-Mind meets EBRAINS – webinar on EBRAINS services

AI-Mind meets EBRAINS – webinar on EBRAIN services Jan G. Bjaalie, Professor MD PhD, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo Maaike van Swieten, PhD, Researcher, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Oslo On Monday, February 21, as part of the growing collaboration between AI-Mind and EBRAINS, a webinar on EBRAINS services took place. AI-Mind […]


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 […]