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S7: #069: Aging in Place with AI, Robots and Sensors

29 minutes

In this episode, we examine the problems faced by millions of people, their families, and caregivers, as they work to maintain their mental and physical health as they age. We look at new in-home technologies that combine Artificial Intelligence (AI), robotics, sensors and a range of other technologies to create very different solutions that help maintain independence and manage and monitor health.

We are joined by Dor Skuler, the CEO and co-founder of Intuition Robotics, and Assaf Sella, the CEO and co-founder of Kytera.

One of the key questions surrounding care for aging populations is can people keep healthy and active at home so we can prevent or delay the point at which they require more intensive, and more expensive, [...]

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