In the coming days we will bring you more photos and stories of this past SSNR2024, but for the moment we want to talk about the dissemination of the AI4HealthyAging project.

As you already know if you follow us, SSNR2024 took place last week in Baiona (Spain). This is an international reference event in the field of neurorehabilitation. Students and professors from the most prestigious universities around the world meet to share with each other the current state of their research, as well as the most important advances being made in their respective research laboratories.

As last year, we were joined by our consortium colleagues from Inntegra (Hospital Los Madroños), with whom we had the opportunity to disseminate the project among the attendees. The latter, as is logical, showed more interest in the areas of the project dedicated to the field of neurology such as the chapters dedicated to cognitive decline or Parkinson’s disease.

We are very pleased to have had this opportunity to talk with future neurorehabilitation professionals about the advances that are taking place within AI4HEalthyAging. A greeting from here on behalf of Technaid Los Madroños and Integra to the rest of the participants of the project: Capgemini SpainITAINNOVA – Instituto Tecnológico de AragónInstituto Cajal CSIC (CSIC)Instituto Aragonés de Ciencias de la Salud (IACS) , Instituto de Investigación Sanitaria Aragón – IIS AragónUniversitat Politècnica de Catalunya CIT UPC, UPC BarcelonaTech Technology CenterUniversitat de ValènciaBarcelona Supercomputing Center – Centro Nacional de Supercomputación (BSC-CNS)Spanish Red CrossFundación Andaluza para la Investigación y Gestión del Conocimiento en Otorrinolaringología (FAIGESCO)BitbrainPodoactiva, and Starlab.

The project is funded under the R&D Missions in Artificial Intelligence 2021 program of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation and is part of the Digital Spain 2025 agenda and the National Artificial Intelligence Strategy. It will be funded by the European Union through the Next Generation EU funds