The AI-Mind strategy for the ethical and trustworthy communication of AI-based dementia risk prediction to people with MCI in the clinical setting The successful implementation of AI-based dementia risk prediction tools is highly dependent on all those affected finding them trustworthy and valuable. The PI work and stakeholder consultation helped ensure that the various ethical […]
Takeaways from Human Brain Project Summit 2023 The Human Brain Project (HBP) Summit took place in Marseille from 28 – 31 March 2023. It was the project’s final summit as it reaches its conclusion in September, marking 10 years of Europe’s largest digital brain science project. The event hosted an open forum of hundreds of […]
The AI-Mind consortium gathers for the 6th General Assembly in Zurich AI-Mind is set to hold its 6th General Assembly (GA) in Zurich, Switzerland on March 16-17, 2023. With over 60 participants joining in person, the upcoming GA will be an excellent opportunity to discuss project progress and highlight the closure of the second year […]
Prof. Fernando Maestú about AI-Mind and “Functional brain connectivity” at the Annual Meeting of the Madrid Association of Neurologists
Prof. Fernando Maestú about AI-Mind and “Functional brain connectivity” at the Annual Meeting of the Madrid Association of Neurologists On October 21st, Prof. Fernando Maestú from Universidad Complutense de Madrid leading the AI-Mind clinical study in Spain gave a talk about dementia and electrophysiology at the Annual Meeting of the Madrid Association of Neurologists. In […]
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 […]
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 […]
Even though partners could not meet in person, on the 11th March all partners of AI-Mind have met successfully online for the official Kick-Off. All 15 partners came together to discuss the project scope, objectives, timeline, dissemination plan, and other practical issues. The meeting was attended by some of the Advisory Board members that will […]
The Norwegian Smart Care Cluster has organised a Webinar focused on one of the biggest challenges of the twentieth century: Dementia. We are facing a digital paradigm shift in health and care. By 2050, 260,000 people in health care will be needed. This corresponds to 1 in 3 employees, compared with 1 in 7 today. […]
Dr. Ira Haraldsen was interviewed by the Norwegian National TV following a short broadcast dedicated to dementia. “At the moment, between 80 and 100,000 people with dementia live in Norway. In 20 years, it is expected that twice as many people will have this diagnosis, but neither treatment nor the possibility of early diagnosis is […]
AI-Mind is a 5-year project funded by Horizon 2020, with the goal of facilitating a paradigm shift in clinical practice, is starting on March 1, 2021. AI-Mind will create intelligent digital tools for screening of brain connectivity and dementia risk estimation in people affected by mild cognitive impairment. During its lifecycle, two new artificial intelligence-based […]
Video session by Davos Alzheimer’s Collaborative, convened by the Global CEO Initiative (CEOi) and the World Economic Forum.
Partners from Norway reunited during the pre kick-off meeting at Clarion Hotel The Hub, Oslo All the consortium members gathered online on the 20th January to discuss the objectives and work plan before the official start of the project. The meeting was attended by Torbjørn Ingemansson, the Commission Project Officer assigned to AI-Mind. Partners from […]
The AI-Mind project has been successfully selected for funding under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme. We are looking forward to the project’s official kick-off on March 1st 2021. Stay tuned for exciting news on this collaborative research effort!