JHU Artificial Intelligence and Technology Collaboratory releases requests for proposals

The JHU AI & Technology Collaboratory for Aging Research is releasing requests for proposals on Jan. 10. This is a national pilot project competition seeking to fund promising artificial Intelligence and technology projects that improve the health and well-being of older adults. The JH AITC welcomes applications from investigators with engineering, clinical, nursing, public health, and business backgrounds, as well as applications from private companies, research organizations, and tech startups.

Visit the AITC website for details about the program and application instructions. Proposed budgets can range up to $200,000 over one to two years.

Contact jhu-aitc@jh.edu with questions about these funding opportunities.

An informational/Q&A webinar for prospective pilot applicants will be held at 3 p.m. on Jan. 18. Click here for the webinar registration link.