Media & Interviews

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ALAMEDA Interview

Interview Alexandru Sorici, professor and researcher at the Polytechnic University Politehnica of Bucharest (UPB). 

He’s working in the Artificial Intelligence in the multi-agent systems laboratory where he teaches subjects related to AI and where his research interests fall into into the broader domain of what is called ambient intelligenceor things does topics such as context, management, activity recognition, social robotics, and AI and healthcare

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ALAMEDA Interview

Interview with Hara Stefanou, Chief Product Officer at Wellics. The company is the Technical coordinator in ALAMEDA project.

Hara Stefanou describes WellMojo, a smartphone application that works as a personal health coach, motivating, rewarding and helping attain personal goals. It monitors physical activity, nutritional habits, mood and stress levels through the use of wearables and user input.

WellMojo in ALAMEDA is the main mobile user interface for the patients, assisting them daily in assessing their health status and enabling them to self-manage their condition.

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ALAMEDA Interview

Interview with the H2020 ALAMEDA Project Scientific Coordinator, Dr Panos Tsakanikas, illustrating the core challenge addressed by the project, its expected outcomes and relevance for the digital transformation of healthcare for patients with brain disorders.

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ALAMEDA at Proms Plenary 2022

Rachele Paolucci’s (FISM) speech 

“The ALAMEDA project: leveraging AI to bridge the early diagnosis and treatment gaps in brain diseases”

The speech by Rachele Paulucci (FISM-Italian MS Society) during the section 4 “Digital PROMS: the future of remote monitoring and self-management” at Proms Plenary 2022 held on 16 November 2022 in Baveno (Italy)

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Press – Italian newspaper

ALAMEDA on Corriere Salute – Corriere della Sera 

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