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.
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.
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.
- Read more about the Cognitive Research Group at OUS and the AI Mind project.
- Follow the project on Twitter – YouTube – LinkedIn – Facebook.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 964220.