Machine Learning for Healthy Ageing at Home

It is expected that more than 30% of Europe’s population will be over 60 by 2050 and chronic disease will affect more than 8 out of 10 people over 65. This raise of aging population results in a steadily increase of healthcare costs since recent years and impends to undermine current healthcare systems in the near future. Aging in place (or aging at home) has become an important aspect of redefining health care policy for elderly and meets the need of policy makers that aim to save costs compared to expensive institutional care. At the same time ageing at home also reflects the preference of elderly to remain living at home. Yet the home environment may also have negative influences including isolation and a lack of physical activity. The aim…


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