The Elder Museum of Science and Technology in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria set the stage for the kickoff of the ‘eHealth Canarias. Bienestar y Salud’ forum, a dynamic event organized by the Canarian Executive which brought together researchers from the two Canarian public universities, innovative startups, and specialized companies pushing the boundaries of health and social well-being through cutting-edge technologies.

This forum is not just an event; it’s a platform for unveiling and exploring funding opportunities for projects dedicated to enhancing the well-being and health of Canarians through the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence, robotics, and teleassistance.

In this unique scenario, Anna María Claudia Wägner from Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria presented to the attendees the WARIFA project and the AI-based prototype of an early risk assessment tool that provides general public with personalized recommendations for the prevention of chronic conditions, available via a user-friendly interface on smartphones.