Living in aged society, elders (older than 65 years old) are more than 14% in Taiwan. According to Ministry of the Interior, elders will reach 20% and called super-aged society. More and more people need long-term care due to high probability of disability while growing old. Today, we will discuss about long-term care and the relationship between long-term medical care and technologies. Let start today’s sessions.
There are several diseases could make elders disabled, including stroke, dementia, arthritis or heart disease, etc. (What is stroke? https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-con ... c-20350113)
When people become disabled, long-term care wound be needed. Long-term care would affect not only patients themselves but also their family. So, what is long-term care?
Please read the article below.
1.According to video above, what are the classic symptoms of stroke? What will you do if your family or friend suffers from these symptoms suddenly? (Medical learning question)
2. Do you have any experience of taking care of disabled person(not necessary long-term care)? If yes, please share your experience? How is your feeling?
3.Will you care your lover or family lifelong if they disabled?
4. Would you like to live in home or nursing if you become disabled someday? Why?
Under the development of technology and artificial intelligence, our lives and healthcare systems changed tremendously. Technologies, including telemedicine, remote monitoring technologies, AI-assisted image reading have reduced a big amount burden for medical giver nowadays. Facing aging society with increasing long-term care requirements, could technology and AI could solve this conundrum?
Please read the article below. Can artificial intelligence mitigate the long-term care crisis?https://techpolicy.org.il/blog/can-arti ... re-crisis/
1.After this COVID-19 pandemic, do you have the experience of using telemedicine consultations? Do you think it is convenient or not? Please share your experience.
2.Do you find any AI-based technologies have used in our daily lives for
healthcare? Please make an example and share your experience of using it.
3.Will AI-based technology or robot solve the difficult situation of increasing long-term care requirements?
4.Do you think long-term care technologies have disadvantages for long-term care?
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10/15 (Sat) Long-term care and technologies (Host : Blithe)
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Re: 10/15 (Sat) Long-term care and technologies (Host : Blithe)
Just several days ago, Tesla demonstrated to the world an early prototype of their human-like AI robot. To me, that robot shows great promise for mitigating the looming long-term care crisis around the globe. One strong reason for my optimism is that humanoid robots can fit seamlessly into typical household environments, which are designed and laid out in a way catering to the human skeleton. The AI-based robots will also save us the trouble of a full-scale upgrade to smart home, which is expensive and complex. Through deep learning, it isn’t far-fetched that the robot can assist in daily living activities, such as taking food out of a refrigerator, heating it by microwave oven, and bringing it, together with proper tableware, to an older person.
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