Currently, some people suffering from depression cannot be helped with standard therapies. Therefore, a national project is investigating how the treatment of depression can be tailored more closely to individual patients.
HealthHack 2023 - we'll be a part of it! On March 4 and 5 it's hack, tinker, code for the health and care of tomorro wat the TRAFO Hub in Braunschweig! As a participating institution, we are looking forward to many exciting ideas. Will we see you in Braunschweig? Register now! More information can be found [here](https://metropolregion.de/gesundheit/healthhack/)!
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a widely discussed topic and considered as one of the key technologies of the future. However, responsibly applying AI requires knowledge about its fundamentals. In order to implement more AI in academic teaching, TU Braunschweig takes part in the KI4ALL initiative in cooperation with two other universities based in Lower Saxony.
During the Workshop on Computational Methods in Biology and Medicine 2022, Tim Kacprowski has been elected as one of three leaders of the working group Statistical Methods in Bioinformatics of the GMDS e.V.
Togther with many great collegaues, we have proposed a standardized registry for artificial intelligence (AI) in biomedicine to improve the reproducibility of results and create trust in the use of AI algorithms in biomedical research and, in the future, in everyday clinical practice. The paper has appeared in _Nature Methods_ and is freely available at [https://rdcu.be/cv5H7](https://rdcu.be/cv5H7).