The promise of artificial intelligence is beginning to make its way into senior living. New AI-based solutions are hitting the market daily, contacting heads of IT directly to pitch their solutions. What types of applications are showing the best promise for senior living providers? What should you be paying attention to? Once you find the solution that solves a problem, how do you scope a use case and proof-of-concept that would gain approval for investment of time and resources – especially if that solution is in early stage funding?
What You’ll Learn About
Best practices for evaluating AI technology start-ups
High-potential AI technology implementations senior living should be evaluating now
How to develop a use case and proof-of-concept with an AI start-up
A case study with a start-up and an operator who have demonstrated positive outcomes from their implementation
Majd Alwan, Ph.D., SVP of Technology & Business Strategy, LeadingAge, and Executive Director, Center for Aging Services Technologies (CAST) Majd Alwan, Ph.D., a noted researcher and authority on aging-services technologies, is responsible for spearheading LeadingAge’s network of technology companies, providers and research institutions focused on technology solutions for an aging society. The network advances the interests of older consumers, caregivers and providers and fosters opportunities for collaboration by exploring product development, testing prototypes, evaluating technology and deploying technology-enabled care models. Prior to joining CAST, Majd served as an Assistant Professor and the Director of the Robotics and Eldercare Technologies Program at the University of Virginia’s Medical Automation Research Center.
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