WIP: Designing Smart Systems to Support @Work Caregiver Needs
smart home, caregiver burden, cognitive impairements
Unpaid caregivers for persons with cognitive impairments provide a valuable medical service at a personal cost to themselves (both health and financial). Smart systems in the home can potentially ease the caregiver burden but the home is a difficult environment for smart systems to operate. This work in progress examines the design of a smart caregiver support system and how it is extended in a new system to support working caregivers. The system uses AI in a human-in-the-loop approach.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Presented at the AAAI Fall Symposium, 2012, Arlington, VA
Scholar Commons Citation
Wingrave, Chadwick A.; Rowe, Meredeth; and Greenstein, Steve, "WIP: Designing Smart Systems to Support @Work Caregiver Needs" (2012). Nursing Faculty Publications. 73.