The young professional and expert-blog is still going on! This week in the YP-blog:
“Hello all! My name is Suzie Kamps, I’m 23 years old, and studying Clinical Neuropsychology. I’ve always been interested in the intersection of medicine and psychology. During my internship, I am part of the diagnostic process of people with dementia, and see the impact it has on their functioning. In society today, dementia forms a huge problem for global healthcare. I decided to join JAIN because JAIN connects experts and other stakeholders in the research of using AI to help patients with dementia and their caregivers. I think JAIN will be a very important spindle in this innovative network, which I am very excited to be a part of. I hope to see you all during the World JAIN Challenge!”
“Hi everyone! I’m Zoë, 20 years old. I am a Artificial Intelligence and Philosophy student at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam. Obviously I am very interested in AI and how this can beneficial in and for the society. JAIN is a perfect example of how this goes into works, and therefore, I am very motivated in spreading the message of what JAIN stands for. This way we can create more awareness for dementia and together with AI and psychological research improve medical products in need.”
“Hi! My name is Yvonne Mwenda and I am originally from Kenya. I am currently a student at the Vrije University of Amsterdam and pursuing a bachelors in Artificial Intelligence. I have always found biology as a whole very interesting, although concepts revolving around the brain, human consciousness, how one creates memories and more are beyond fascinating. Having gained knowledge on Dementia, I wanted to become more proactive and gain better insight on ways to better the lives of patients that suffer from Dementia. Fortunately for me, I came across JAIN. JAIN is already a very internationally connected organisation, although I predict that in the future, we will be able to provide more cost efficient products to patients in third world countries that currently may not have the sufficient resources to comfort those with Dementia.”
Again, JAIN is looking forward to bring the Young Profs in contact with JAIN’s experts!
Thank you for reading,