Exactly 1 week until the World JAIN Challenge 2022!!
We have found ourselves in the last week before one of the most innovative competitions world wide. With this post, we would like to share a bit more of the 3 prototypes that will pitch, in exactly 1 week.
CeCe: “An app for wearable devices to track moods, behavior, timing patterns, triggers and physical parameters. In the Insights section, our algorithm combines behavioral input from the journals with physical parameters to generate actionable insights.
Value Proposition for persons with dementia:
1. Having ownership of their condition: being able to look at their own progression and make lifestyle changes and seeing how they can manage themselves
2. Not needing to move out: managing symptoms at home
3. Easier to record and provide information to care providers: No time spent in doing assessments and making notes.”
DeepVibes: “One of the biggest and most overlooked problems of dementia is the impact this disease has on mental well-being not only to the individuals affected by it, but also those indirectly. People living with dementia experience a dramatic sense of disempowerment, leading to feelings of isolation and loneliness that may significantly accelerate their decline in cognitive functions. On the other side, Families, experience incredible stress and frustration that often leads to depression.
DeepVibes unlocks the full potential of reminiscence therapy to address those problems, by combining an interactive audio-driven solution with the power of artificial intelligence.
Increased quality of life of people with dementia. Academic research highlights the effects of reminiscence therapy as a highly effective intervention for depressive symptoms which helps people with dementia to feel valued and heard.”
myAVOS: “is a digital dementia ecosystem with interconnectable apps at its core. The patient app facilitates near real time conversation between the person with cognitive impairment and the digital coach and care partner. It also collects individual data from conventional wearables and nearables to dynamically provide just-in-time identification, assessment, and suggested management of personalised modifiable factors; through influencing behaviour to improve outcomes. The care partner app has many functions e.g. geofencing that enable remote monitoring and care of the individual with cognitive impairment.
The main aims of myAVOS are:
1) enable early, low cost, effective and remote insights for people with early cognitive impairment
2) empower and support those people to modify their lifestyle; aiming to achieve a reduction in the rate of decline or severity of their disease
3) inform and support care partners to maintain the ecosystem and assist them in personal issues using the same behavioral methodology.”
Curious to know more about these prototypes? Watch our competition next week! Questions? Ask them here or in the chat!! 📠
Joint Artificial Intelligence Network