AI-Mind holds its General Assembly Meeting in Amsterdam


On 11-12 March, the AI-Mind Project consortium gathered for its 8th General Assembly meeting hosted by partners from The Radboud University Medical Center (RUMC) and Oslo University Hospital (OUS) in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The meeting held at the iconic Nemo Museum – the Studio, brought together more than 50 in-person attendees and an additional 10 joining online, representing both the AI-Mind consortium and external speakers. The #AIMindGA coincided with Brain Awareness Week, making the event an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of brain health. The AI-Mind General Assembly commenced with a warm welcome from the local host, Dr. Tim Govers (RUMC), setting the stage for two days of enriching discussions and insights into the project's progress. The project coordinator, Dr. Ira Hebold Haraldsen (OUS) provided a comprehensive overview of the project progress and highlighted the key steps to be taken to bring the AI-Mind tools to their validation in the clinical setting.

On the first day, all Work Package leaders presented the major achievements and challenges that occurred within the last months, including updates from the AI-Mind study that now welcomes participants to their 4th and last visit. On the second day, the assembly featured a series of insightful lectures from external speakers followed by Q&A sessions. Participants joining in person had also an opportunity to explore the Living Looonger exhibition at the NeMo museaum and engage in the interactive displays. AE Project Officer Cindy Birck attended the meeting on behalf of Alzheimer Europe.

You can read the full summary of the AI-Mind General Assembly on the project's website:

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 964220.