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Note: this event is on Tuesday March 14th 5pm - 7pm PT
Join Institute on Aging’s (IOA) Companioa team for a in-person event at IOA’s Enrichment Center in the Presidio, San Francisco, for presentations and discussions with a selection of tech startups using artificial intelligence (AI) to improve lives of people with dementia and their families.
AI has the potential to enhance dementia care in several ways:
Diagnosis and clinical decision support
Companionship and reducing social isolation
Vital sign monitoring & fall prevention
Personalized educating and training
Helping maintain independence & dignity
There's significant potential, but also challenges and obstacles to overcome before these solutions go mainstream, including cost / reimbursement, distribution, impact and inclusiveness.
This event is FREE and designed to inform and educate members of the public as well as IoA's broader partner community.
Format & Agenda
Each startup will have 5 minutes to present their company, then there will be a moderated Q&A, following the rule - there are NO dumb questions.
5:00 Arrival and drinks / snacks
5:30 Introduction & Welcome
5:45 Startup Presentations
6:15 Q&A discussion moderated by Stephen Johnston
6:45 Wrap up
7:00 Event ends
Hear from these startups using AI in dementia and care:
Care Daily is a SaaS company with an AI and IoT platform that brings people together with AI assistants for daily care in physical spaces.
care.coach fuses empathic humans and advanced AI to provide 24x7 conversational relationships and health coaching at scale.
Intuition Robotics designs social companion technologies that positively impacts the lives of older adults.
Safely You is the artificial intelligence-enabled fall detection and prevention solution for dementia care.
TapRoot is a technology company helping long-term care facilities improve care for cognitively impaired individuals.
Zemplee is a revolutionary start-up with its sole purpose of building artificial intelligence based assisted living.
Other speakers and startups may be added in the coming weeks.
Note: IOA is not endorsing any of these companies in particular. This is a fast-moving area, and we are looking to engage and build relationships with those on the front lines of innovation to constantly improve our programs.
For questions about the event and registration, please email email@example.com. More information about IoA's Companioa program here: ioaging.org/companioa or (415) 750 4111.