Smart Devices And AI Can Help Predict And Prevent Specific Illnesses For The Elderly In Particular
Smart home devices are transforming our lives and it looks like it will continue in the coming years. The market is expected to increase to 51 billion in another 2 years. Wearables are no longer fitness devices for checking your heart rate but now can monitor blood glucose levels and even offer help against skin cancer. Google Glasses and other AR/VR devices let the surgeons have a better view during operations.
Wearables are also making lives easier for the elderly. Some diseases like obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular problems could be caused due to the lack of physical movement or other issues, where these devices could be of major help. AI helps us predict and prevent specific illnesses. This can also help seniors be independent and deal with physical challenges.
With these devices, we can collect data and use that to understand the user’s health. For instance, the number of steps and how they were taken could be calculated. This insight, along with AI, could predict if the user has any health issues.
Were they quick or slow? Devices should track a user’s trend in how speed and movement have changed over time. Has the user slowed, begun limping, or altered activity overall?
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