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The Future of AI and Older Adults 2023

Advances in AI got the full attention of the technology industry, which is undergoing its first major disruption since the arrival of smart speakers and voice in 2014. Multiple industries see compelling opportunities, including healthcare providers, senior living, customer service providers, training and remote monitoring service offerings. Government organizations are investing in AI and aging startups and programs.

New York City, June 15, 2021 – MyndYou Selected by World Economic Forum

09/27/2021

New York City, June 15, 2021 – MyndYou and its AI-based virtual care assistant, MyEleanor, were selected from hundreds of candidates and products as one of the World Economic Forum’s 2021 “Technology Pioneers.” 

MyndYou, co-founded by CEO Ruth Poliakine Baruchi and CTO Itay Baruchi, Ph.D., pairs simple but sophisticated technology and actionable data to help payers, providers, and community-based organizations keep seniors safe, engaged, and healthy at home. 

Bay Alarm Medical, Kami Vision Partner to Bring AI to Eldercare

09/16/2021

SAN JOSE, Calif. — Bay Alarm Medical and Kami Vision, a provider of an edge-based vision artificial intelligence (AI) platform, announce an agreement to integrate Bay Alarm Medical’s safety offering with Kami Vision’s AI platform.

Together the companies will bring advanced AI technology and video verification to seniors in the U.S. to provide greater peace of mind to seniors and caregivers, reduce false alerts, improve emergency response times and ultimately enable seniors to safely age in place, according to the announcement.

Consider aging tech and service long-term successes

When firms collapse noisily, peers notice.  Last week several firms commented (anonymously and by name) on the failure of Lively, a sensor-based home monitoring hub that tried too late to pivot into the PERS industry. Why do startups fail, anyway?  In this industry, it appears more often than not that the founders believed they were different from the other players in the market (Lifecomm or AtGuardianAngel); that consumers would shop in BestBuy for an unfamiliar category (Wellcore); that a celebrity would make a big difference (Floh Club).

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