The AI-Mind project joins forces with the Human Brain Project and EBRAINS

The project AI-Mind, entitled “Intelligent digital tools for screening of brain connectivity and dementia risk estimation in people affected by mild cognitive impairment”, aims at delivering two AI-based tools for screening brain connectivity and estimating the risk of developing dementia in population with mild symptoms of cognitive impairment.

Logos AI Mind, HBP, EBRAINS and EU

Together with 15 other partners from 8 countries, the coordinator Dr. Ira Haraldsen and her team hope to achieve this ambitious goal within the next five years. AI-Mind has been selected as a partnering project of the European flagship Human Brain Project (HBP) and thus joins a high-competence network dedicated to translating the societal benefit of brain science.

The Human Brain Project and EBRAINS stand for openness and collaboration. Our state-of-the-art digital research infrastructure is meant to bring people together – those with ideas, those with capacity to implement them, and also, those enthusiastic about the potential outcomes.

Human Brain Project Director General PAWEŁ ŚWIEBODA

Other selected activities

  • An AI-Mind project video is posted on the Facebook-page of the Norwegian Brain Council (Hjernerådet) as part of the National Science Week.
    Watch the video.
  • Two open to public webinars on EEG/MEG took place and are now published at our Youtube-channel. The webinar topics are:
    • Neurophysiological basis of EEG and MEG signals
    • Fundamentals of source reconstruction on EEG and MEG
      Watch the videos.
  • The 3rd AI-Mind General Assembly took place in Oslo from 17th of September.
    Read more about what was discussed.


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

By Vebjørn Andersson
Published Oct. 4, 2021 11:28 AM - Last modified Oct. 5, 2021 1:07 PM