JAIN Field Labs:
In the JAIN field labs government, universities, applied science institutes, informal care, healthcare institutions, and companies can work together directly with the end-users, people suffering from memory loss, and the system in which they participate, in order to develop products that meet the demands of the end-users completely.
The JAIN Masterclass is a Masterclass focused on healthcare practice in which all relevant aspects of artificial intelligence are discussed. We inform you about the technological trends and developments and teach you how to implement them in the organization. Topics such as machine learning, deep learning and advanced AI systems and how to use them in practice are discussed.
JAIN speed up development of AI-driven applications:
Projects will be executed to develop Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications, to:
- improve the quality of life of people with memory loss.
- support caregivers to work more effectively, efficiently and more easily
- implement and maintain AI applications that enable caregivers to provide a better quality of service with less workload and greater satisfaction;
- develop sustainable finance by which municipalities and health insurers can help more people with a demand for care with the same costs.
Within the JAIN Devlab based on end-users design new artificial intelligence applications will be developed to improve the quality of life of patients suffering from memory loss.
JAIN Learning Community:
Development, implementing and maintaining Artificial Intelligence knowledge tailor-made for caregivers, care stakeholders and interested students and knowledge diffusion by organizing expert sessions, workshops, conferences, and virtual colleges nationally and internationally.
Organizing the JAIN Challenges
JAIN beliefs that combining the knowledge of people with memory problems or dementia, informal carers, and healthcare professionals can lead to improvements in dementia care. For instance, professionals can inform researchers about the real needed valuable additions to care. Conversely, researchers can offer healthcare professionals the possibilities to realize these needed valuable additions.