Tag Archives: Artificial Intelligence: Assisting People With Dementia

Review of Socially Assistive Robots (Journal of Medical Internet Research)

Summary A recent systematic review of the literature on the uses and efficacy of socially assistive robots (SARs) notes that the limited evidence to date in the field of mental health focuses largely on applications of SARs for elderly persons with dementia. There is … Continue reading

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Robotics in Social Care (Houses of Parliament Library POST Note PN 591)

Summary A recent Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST) research briefing note covers the potential impact of robotics on the costs and quality of social care. It explores all aspects of the possible uses of robots in social care. Full Text … Continue reading

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Dementia-Friendly Technology Charter (Department of Health / Dementia Challenge / Alzheimer’s Society)

Summary The Dementia-Friendly Technology Charter, developed as one part of the Dementia Friendly Communities component of the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge, is about ensuring people with dementia benefit from the many forms of new technology created with their interests in … Continue reading

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The Longitude Prize 2014 (BBC 2 Horizon / BBC News)

Summary Celebrating BBC2’s 50th anniversary, the BBC 2 TV Horizon programme has invited the public to vote on scientific innovations which might help to tackle the greatest challenges facing mankind today. One of the topics eligible for consideration is helping … Continue reading

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