A falls prevention system enhanced by artificial intelligence will be officially installed soon at a memory care community operated by Maplewood Senior Living.
The AI tech, AUGi, is being billed as “the world’s first cognitive resident care assistant,” Maplewood representatives said in a statement.
The technology will be deployed within all 84 rooms at Maplewood at Stony Hill in Bethel, CT, a memory care community that caters to older adults living with any stage of Alzheimer’s disease or another form of dementia.
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