Belit at the 19th International Conference of Smart Living and Public Health, ICOST 2022

Belit and UPM (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid) will be presenting the currently developed BRAINTEASER disease monitoring and management tools (for patients, clinicians, and other caregivers) and the supporting services in live demonstration action on ICOST 2022, the 19th International Conference of Smart Living and Public Health, an official event of the French Presidency of the…

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Belit at the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, AIME 2022

We are proud to share with you that the demo paper titled ‘The PERISCOPE Data Atlas: a demonstration of release v1.2’, which we co-authored, has been accepted for presentation at the demo track of the 20th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, AIME 2022, which takes place in Halifax, Canada from June 14-17 2022….

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BRAINTEASER is pleased to present its first Open Evaluation Challenge, registration open for Intelligent Disease Progression Prediction at CLEF – iDPP@CLEF 2022

IDPP@CLEF 2022 is the first Open Science Challenge organized by our BRAINTEASER project, under the auspices of the CLEF Initiative (Conference and Labs of the Evaluation Forum). In this first cycle, we focus on IDPP – Intelligent Disease Progression Prediction of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, while Multiple Sclerosis will be included in the next cycle. The…

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Closing conference of the EU funded project “Implementation of the e-procurement system of Montenegro”

On Friday, December 10, 2021, in the conference hall of the Ramada Hotel in Podgorica, the closing conference of the project “Implementation of the e-procurement system of Montenegro” was held, a project funded by EU pre-accession funds and implemented by Belit since November 2018. Successful development and implementation of a completely new electronic public procurement…

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Can ecological factors affect ALS disease phenotype and progression?

BRAINTEASER project aims to understand if different ecological factors can affect disease phenotype and progression of patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and multiple sclerosis (MS). Few studies investigated the spatial distribution of ALS or tried to understand how disease features can be modified by environmental factors. The following three articles can be considered as…

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