Victoria Bell reports:
A tiny white cube that uses Artificial Intelligence to monitor the lives of elderly people who live alone could save thousands of lives, according to its creator.
The miiCube, a kind of ‘Amazon Echo for the elderly’, learns people’s routines and tracks their movements so it can alert the relevant authorities if something is wrong.
The device will also sense if there’s a break in routine, such as not getting up at the normal time or not following usual daily routines.
Creator Kelvin Summoogum – who set up miiCARE, the firm behind the gadget, in March – got the idea when his grandmother broke her hip at home.
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