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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 and insights into project progress. 

Co-organised by partners from OSLO UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL (OUS) and THE RADBOUD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER (RUMC), the assembly is set in a format to foster greater collaboration and synergy among partners. On the first day, all Work Package (WP) leaders will present the major achievements and challenges over the past six months. By sharing insights across WPs, the assembly aims to catalyse cross-disciplinary understanding and plan next steps, including dissemination of research results. As the meeting progresses into its second day, the focus will shift towards dynamic workshops, interdisciplinary panel discussions, and valuable feedback from the Scientific Advisory Board. 

Worth mentioning that the #AIMindGA coincides with Brain Awareness Week, adding an extra layer of significance to the proceedings. Over 50 esteemed participants, including clinicians, researchers, experts in health technology assessment and AI developers, are expected to convene in person, contributing their expertise to the advancements of the project. 

With excitement buzzing in the air, the AI-Mind project looks forward to this event, where innovation and collaboration will pave the way for progress in dementia research. Stay tuned for updates and insights from the 8th General Assembly in Amsterdam.