The IASON project investigates the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's dementia by combining neuropsychological tests with advanced EEG time series analysis and the use of an intelligent emotional-empathic digital assistant (IEEDA) to monitor the course of the disease, including continuous speech analysis in patients using AI methods.
It is operated by Tokeya Deep Data Dive GmbH & Co. KG in cooperation with the Chair of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy (KliPs) of the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg (FAU), and is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).
A short overview of the project can be found on a page of the BMBF: https://www.technik-zum-menschen-bringen.de/projekte/iason
A project homepage will go online shortly.
The Project Gallery 2019 of the BMBF with the IASON project on page 14 can be found as a PDF brochure for download on the BMBF website.
The IASON short video (12.9 MB) with english subtitles produced for the Project Gallery 2019 of the BMBF can be viewed here in low resolution: