Prange, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Michael
Professor für Data Science
Studiengang: Data Science (M.Sc.)
Sprechzeiten: Nach Vereinbarung
- Data Management
- Cloud Computing
- Big Data Technologies
- Application Project
The Care-AI network project builds on strong German and Danish strengths within digitalisation, artificial intelligence and experiences with digital decision-making support in the elderly care sector.
Denmark is one of the most digitalised countries in the world – not least in the healthcare sector, including elderly care. Documentation systems ensure quality, safety and efficiency, data-driven decision-making supports healthcare professionals, and digital assistive technologies make citizens more self-reliant.
Germany has strong knowledge and relevant players in business and research in digitalisation and AI. Especially in the medical sector, the northern German Kiel-Lübeck area stands out, which will essentially contribute to this Care-AI network project. Still, the German healthcare sector is one of the least digitalised in Europe. However, strong political backing and the Covid-19 pandemic have thrown Germany into major investment programs to digitalise the healthcare system. Numerous reforms enable the digital transformation of the German healthcare system and lead to new methods for a better quality of elderly care.
Combined, the experience and knowledge in Germany and Denmark is a stronghold to fulfil the potential for increased use of data-driven solutions in the elderly care sector and pave the way for better, dignified and personalised care.
Care-AI is funded by Interreg Deutschland-Danmark with funds from the European Regional Development Fund.
Read more about Interreg Deutschland-Denmark at www.interreg5a.eu.