Future trends on AI to support health and well-being


The recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) have ushered in a transformative era across various industries, which is not limited to the area of health and well-being technologies. Join this interactive webinar and discover the dynamic interplay of recent trends in this area! Additionally, gain insights into the potential disruptions and opportunities that small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in this industry may face. After the talk, you have the chance to voice your views with like-minded participants.  

Trend Break: Future trends on AI to support health and well-being
18. April 2024, 11:00-12:15 Uhr

  • Language: English
  • Location: online, via Zoom (registration required)


  • 11:00 | Welcome and event objectives | Eva Hollauf, Salzburg Research
  • 11:05 | Trend brief: AI’s advancement to promote health and well-being | Michael Thelen, Salzburg Research
  • 11:15 | Use cases and project insights in AI for health and prevention | Saskia Kaltenbrunner, Universität Wien  
  • 11:30 | Swedish experiences in promoting AI in health and prevention: Health Data Sweden and Sports Technology | Sebastiaan Meijer & Jonas Willen, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Center for Sports Engineering / EDIH Health Data Sweden 
  • 11:45 | “Relax”: a learning agent for individualized stress management | Oliver Jung, Salzburg Research
  • 12:00 | Q&A and joint discussion on the challenges and opportunities presented by AI in the biking industry

This webinar takes place on behalf of the European Digital Innovation Hub (EDIH) Crowd-in-Motion, which aims to provide customized consulting services to European public administrations, start-ups and SMEs to foster their journey towards digitization – particularly in the realms of preventive health, mobility, tourism and alpine sports. In doing so, EDIH Crowd-in-Motion aims to be a one-stop shop to unleash these entities’ digital potential, with free-of-charge services to micro, small and medium-sized businesses. For more information, please visit www.crowd-in-motion.eu.  

Michael Thelen

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