LAS VEGAS and LONDON – Accenture has completed a three-month pilot program that uses artificial intelligence and voice technology to help older people manage their care delivery and well-being. The Accenture Liquid Studio in London developed the AI-powered Accenture Platform that can learn user behaviors and preferences and suggest activities to support the overall physical and mental health of individuals ages 70 and older. The platform, which runs on the Amazon Web Services cloud, includes a Family and Carer portal that lets family and caregivers check on the individual’s daily activities, and can also spot abnormalities in behavior and alert family or friends, based on user defined permissions. “We are working closely with Accenture and other Amazon Partner Network partners to help people have access to the benefits AI can bring,” said Dr. Matt Wood, general manager for Deep Learning and AI at AWS, in a statement. The Accenture Platform’s combination of voice activation, on-screen prompts and underlying cloud-based AI technology provided the participants with new ways of doing a range of tasks and extending their well-being.
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