The AI-Mind project aiming to provide better and personalised diagnoses for future patients is a 5-year EU-funded project. The members of the AI-Mind consortium are glad to announce the launch of its study newsletter, providing valuable updates on the latest advancements in dementia research and the AI-Mind project’s progress. The first issue expresses heartfelt gratitude to all study participants, whose contributions have been instrumental in advancing AI-Mind researchers’ understanding of the brain.
The inaugural issue of the newsletter includes information about the goals of the project, the team of researchers working on it and the methodologies and procedures of the AI-Mind study. In addition, you can find out more about the various risk factors associated with dementia and gain a deeper understanding of how these factors contribute to the onset and progression of dementia. You can read the newsletter here: https://www.ai-mind.eu/wp-content/uploads/sites/39/2023/07/AI-Mind_Study_Newsletter_issue1_EN.pdf
The study newsletter will be released every four months. If you are interested to receive the latest updates and insightful content, subscribe to the AI-Mind newsletter at https://www.ai-mind.eu/subscribe/ If you are planning to attend the 33rd Alzheimer Europe Conference (#33AEC) in Helsinki, join us for a special session dedicated to the AI-Mind project on 17 October at 14:00-15:15 (local time) titled “The potential of artificial intelligence for dementia risk prediction”. The AI-Mind team is looking forward to welcoming you to this enlightening session. For more information about the session and the speakers, visit: https://www.ai-mind.eu/event/ai-mind-session-at-alzheimer-europe-conference/
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 964220.