JAIN’s official AI Business Course is designed to equip entrepreneurs and companies with the knowledge and skills required to leverage the power of AI in their daily operations. AI has become a critical factor in today’s business landscape, and having a solid understanding of it is essential to remain competitive.

The course is developed in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Felix Janszen, an accredited AI expert from The Netherlands. Through this course, JAIN aims to teach participants the fundamentals of AI and provide them with a deep understanding of big data and machine learning.

The course is structured around two tests: the AI Base Test and the AI Pro Test. The AI Base Test covers the fundamentals of AI and is suitable for beginners, while the AI Pro Test is for those who already have some knowledge and experience with AI and want to take their skills to the next level.

Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive the official JAIN Certificate, signed by JAIN, indicating their thorough understanding of AI. This certificate carries significant competitive advantages, as it demonstrates to employers, investors, and clients that the holder has the knowledge and skills required to navigate the increasingly complex world of AI.

JAIN’s official AI Business Course is an excellent opportunity for entrepreneurs and companies to gain a solid understanding of AI and leverage its power to improve their business operations. Obtaining the JAIN Certificate can open up new opportunities and help individuals stand out in a highly competitive job market.

If you are interested in the courses, please contact: request@jainprojects.com

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e-Doc: JAIN assisting the development of smart applications for people with amnesia and dementia

JAIN will develop smart applications capable of assisting people with dementia to execute genomes that normally communicate intelligently, such as learning, reasoning, understanding and decision-making. In people with dementia, a person’s cognitive functions, such as memory, speech, and thinking ability, decrease. By understanding the nature of living with dementia, JAIN can better fulfill its mission of developing applications that maintain quality of life and reduce stress for caregivers.

JAIN is based on various techniques such as machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, and so on. AI techniques, such as machine learning and deep learning, can be used to diagnose dementia status and develop targeted support applications per stage of dementia. AI technology will also be used to automatically analyze speech or facial expressions, potentially helping to detect the symptoms of these conditions and determine their severity, further improving the care process and support for carers.

JAIN will develop smart applications capable of assisting people with dementia to execute genomes that normally communicate intelligently, such as learning, reasoning, understanding and decision-making. In people with dementia, a person’s cognitive functions, such as memory, speech, and thinking ability, decrease. By analyzing large amounts of data, these algorithms can find patterns that help identify the disease and confirm its progression.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and brain research are two different areas of research, but there is a lot of overlap between the two. Brain research, findings, is the genesis of the structure and function of the brain. Through brain research we try to gain new insights into how the brain works and how it undergoes different aspects of our behavior and emotions.

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e-Doc: JAIN’s vision on product development

Developing and managing early product development strategies and lean efficient processes are critical to innovative products to achieve sustainable growth and profitability for companies.

JAIN focuses on the following at the forefront of the ideation phase of a valuable product idea on the related business case, business modelling, product design, competence management, capacity management, marketing and sales.

Business case management involves identifying a business opportunity, lowering the underlying benefits and risks, and determining the feasibility of pursuing it. This process involves creating a business case, a document that outlines the rationale for pursuing a particular business opportunity. The business case should be a detailed analysis of the market, competition, financial projections and other relevant factors.

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e-Doc: Quality of Life- AI, smart sensors, intelligent cameras, networks and database analysis

Artificial intelligence (AI), sensor technology and camera technology are all technologies that are interrelated and can be used in combination to create intelligent systems that can collect, analyze and make decisions in real-time 24 hours a day and help people with amnesia. in daily quality of life.

The AI Algorithms used can contribute to people’s daily quality of life in various ways. For example, algorithms can be used to create personal assistants that can help organize daily activities, find information and perform tasks. Algorithms can be used in health and fitness apps to analyze activity, sleep, and nutrition data and help with goal setting and health decisions. Algorithms can also be used to create smart homes, where various devices such as lighting, heating and security are coordinated and automatically adjusted based on residents’ preferences and needs.

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e-Doc: AI in Personalized Medicine

JAIN has compiled this article to provide insights into the process and AI technology underlying personalized care. Specifically aimed at policymakers and innovation managers within healthcare institutions, government and municipalities, and development companies involved in optimizing care for those in need, the article aims to support the decision-making process. With a focus on personalized medicine, the crucial steps, from data collection to the implementation of treatment plans, are described. The emphasis is on the impact of artificial intelligence in Electronic Patient Records (EPRs) to determine customized and effective drug combinations.

By employing AI in personalized care, not only is the efficiency of treatment plans increased, but also the accuracy of predictions regarding drug response. The adaptive nature of AI enables healthcare providers to respond quickly to changes in the patient’s health, resulting in more effective treatments and improved quality of care. The technology allows for the identification of unique patterns, deciphering genetic markers, thus realizing more effective, safer, and tailored treatment approaches. This article not only provides an overview of the evolution towards a more patient-centric approach to healthcare but also highlights the tangible results arising from the use of AI in personalized care, with specific relevance to policymakers, innovation managers, and companies active in optimizing care processes.

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e-Doc:  JAIN – Lifestyle monitoring people with  dementia

Lifestyle monitoring can also be applied to people with dementia to improve their quality of life and promote their independence. This can help identify changes in daily activities and identify patterns that may indicate cognitive decline or other health problems.

Technologies and sensors that can be used for lifestyle monitoring in people with dementia include motion sensors, GPS trackers and smart sensors that record activity and behavior. This data can be used to understand the daily routines and activities of the person with dementia so that caregivers and family members can better understand how to support them.

Lifestyle monitoring in people with dementia should be done carefully to protect their privacy and maintain their dignity. Caregivers and family members should respect the privacy of the person with dementia and collect only the data necessary to support them. In addition, lifestyle monitoring results should be interpreted by professionals who are familiar with the care needs of people with dementia.

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e-Doc: Fuzzy front-end analysis, stakeholder analysis and ideation


The “fussy front end” is the chaotic period in the pre-product development phase. Naming the “fussy frond end” phase asks you to step out of the rigidity of daily product development work to generate innovative ideas and solutions, which you can then apply in your structured design activities.

It helps product developers to map out the existing market of People with Dementia and their caregivers for the type of device that needs to be developed to make living with dementia as pleasant as possible.

The results of the picky front-end survey allow JAIN to interview stakeholder needs and put them in context to assess the viability of product development for the PwD market.

By mapping out stakeholders (stakeholder analysis) and their needs, product developers can see all the opinions that could be influenced by – or invested in – your device and prioritize their concerns based on what their interactions with the device look like. Then, through vision maps, one can see how these interactions take place and how they affect the viability or function of your device.


Ideation is the creative process of generating, developing and communicating new ideas, understanding an idea as a basic element of thinking that can be visual, concrete or abstract. Ideation encompasses all stages of a thought cycle, from innovation to development and realization.


Fit Problem Solving – Value Proposition

A People with Dementia value proposition is a promise of value that must be delivered, communicated and recognized by the People with Dementia and its stakeholders. It is also a People with Dementia belief about how value will be delivered, experienced and acquired…..


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