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AI-MIND convenes its kick-off meeting online

Thursday 11 March 2021

On 11 March, the new H2020-funded project AI-Mind kicked off in an online meeting. AI-Mind aims to facilitating a paradigm shift in clinical practice. 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 digital tools will be developed by AI-Mind. The AI-Mind Connector will identify dysfunctional brain networks, and the AI-Mind Predictor will assess dementia risk using data from the Connector, advanced cognitive tests, and genetic biomarkers. These two tools will be integrated into an intelligent diagnostics platform to identify both brain network disturbances and dementia risk, creating personalized patient reports for further intervention recommendations.

Ira Haraldsen (Oslo University Hospital, OUS, Norway) coordinator of the AI-Mind project, kicked off the meeting by welcoming almost 50 project contributors to the meeting. Following on from the introductory session, each work package lead had the opportunity to introduce its objectives and involvement in the project. All 15 partners of the consortium actively participated in the online meeting. Alzheimer Europe (AE) will be involved in the ethics, Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) and communication activities of the project. Jean, Angela, Cindy and Chris took part in the meeting. 

The AI-Mind project is funded by Horizon 2020, for a duration of 5 years. It will conclude in February 2026. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 964220.

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