Samsung Pilots Artificial Intelligence for Aging-in-Place

Samsung recently announced it will be piloting an in-home aged care platform that is intended to help elderly Australians age in place at home longer—using technology similar to that found in a self-driving car. The six-week-long pilot, called The Holly Project, will involve a number of participants who are between 73 and 81 years old and living in five different residential homes in the City of Greater Geelong, Victoria, Australia. Their habits and lifestyle will be tracked utilizing an in-home care platform comprising various software and small hardware-based components, according to ZDNet. The pilot is being done in partnership with Australia’s Deakin University and the City of Greater Geelong. More specifically, the trial will involve the Holly Smart Home platform, developed by SP Tech Solutions, Samsung’s SmartThings platform, and the Holly…


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