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Study finds AI keeps residents safe

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A study highlights the importance of artificial intelligence to detect falls for safer practice and harm reduction among residents.

The University of Melbourne pilot study, at a 170-bed aged care facility with 200 staff located in Melbourne, aimed to investigate the feasibility of non-contact smart sensor systems to monitor behaviour and detect falls among residents.

Two non-contact artificial intelligence smart-sensors were wall mounted into resident bedrooms, one which could detect the resident in bed and the other in the bathroom.

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AUTHOR: Sandy Cheu

DATED: 21 September 2018

WEBSITE: Australian Ageing Agenda

URL: https://www.australianageingagenda.com.au/

 


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