Assisting people with memory loss
Joint Artificial Intelligence Network “JAIN” provides assistance to people with memory loss to improve quality of life.
World JAIN Challenge
You can review the World JAIN Challenge 2022 on our YouTube Channel.
JAIN is a demand-driven program for the development of knowledge and innovations, to:
- Live at home in the familiar environment for as long as possible;
- Increase the self-reliance, co-reliance and quality of life of people with memory loss;
- Improve support for relatives, informal carers and healthcare professionals;
- Make healthcare costs more efficient and effective.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) contributes to the
self-reliance of people with memory loss and there love-ones and caregivers in real time. This AI is delivered by a smart combination of algorithms, data analysis, smart sensors, situational awareness, location-based technology, virtual reality, voice bots, social media, personal wiki and information from the internet.
The World JAIN Challenge 2022 Winners
In close collaboration with INTERDEM, Alzheimer Nederland and Alzheimer Europe, JAIN has organized the World JAIN Challenge (WJC) on the 23rd, and the 24th of March 2022.
The winners CeCe, best prototype, and Genus Home Care, best full-fledged product, have been announced on the 6th of April 2022 by our Dutch Minister of Long Term Care Conny Helder.
Quote of Conny Helder, Minister of Long Term Care, about the JAIN Challenge: "All product developers who participated in this World JAIN Challenge are in the premier league with regard to producing products for people with dementia".
In the category best prototype, the winner is DeepVibes, by Frederico Allegro and his team from the UK.
In the category best product, the winner is Genus Home Care by Marie-Christine Vierhout and Jill Mulder from Holland.
You can review the World JAIN Challenge 2022 live on our YouTube Channel