Yesterday, Prof. Petra Ritter was the invited speaker of the 18th Fenix Infrastructure Webinar: "How to implement a secure processing pipeline for human data ".
Read our blogpost about the event here.
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The World Health Summit 2022 was held in Berlin from October 16 to 18, 2022, and focused on “Making the Choice for Health”, including a topic on ”Digital transformation for health”.
On the occasion, a panel discussion was organized about ”How to Achieve a Global Health Data Space” where Prof. Petra Ritter was the moderator.
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Alzheimer Europe held a lunch debate on 27 September 2022 in Brussels, Belgium, focused on “The role of artificial intelligence and big data in dementia research”, attended by national member organisations, civil society representatives, industry partners, policy makers and members of the European Working Group of People with Dementia (EWGPWD).
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Watch the 3sat scobel broadcast of the science TV show: "The Alzheimer's puzzle" with Prof. Petra Ritter on Saturday, September 22 at 9:00 PM (CEST).
In this new science episode, the 3Sat Scobel team followed Prof. Ritter in our lab and highlighted our work about brain simulations.
Read the interview given by Prof. Petra Ritter about Horizon 2020-funded Virtual Brain Cloud project: "VirtualBrainCloud project uses AI-based brain simulations to improve the classification of Alzheimer's disease", in Dementia Europe Magazine, issue 39, June 2022, by Alzheimer Europe [here](https://issuu.com/alzheimer-europe/docs/06642alzheimereuropemagazineissue39summer
Prof. Petra Ritter was recently interviewed by Carina Schroeder at the radio station Deutschlandfunk Kultur about human digital twin technologies:
"We can construct digital twins of brains and also simulate them, but not exact copies of the brain. The brain is far too complex for that."
The interview was performed in German language.