The project coordinator of E-care@home (Professor Amy Loutfi) is holding a seminar at Vitalis in Gothenburg on April 24th 13:15-14:00 in R17/18.
The session is part of the eHealth course at CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY. A limited number of seats are open for Vitalis/MIE delegates.
During the lecture, Amy will discuss the possibilities for AI to enhance the function of intelligent systems that can be used to increase the possibility to age in place. Artificial Intelligence is on the rise and the possibility to apply these technologies to a wide variety of applications is increasing. AI techniques in particular when combined with physically embedded systems such as robots or sensor networks can endow these systems with the possibility to be more adaptive, interactive and suitable for a diverse group of end users. This lecture will provide an overview of the possibilities for AI to be integrated into future technologies that are used in home environment for ageing in place. It will give an introduction to AI in this application area, an overview of the some of the emerging applications and also describe the difficult process of evaluating methods with end user groups.
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