In Australia, the University of Queensland and the startup Ariel Care from Brisbane decided to expand the functionality of bots that take care of those who need help.

The new technology responds to sounds, eye movements and gestures and identifies seizures, fever and body drop.
This technology is already used in the gaming industry, but the developers of Ariel Care have reassembled it with the help of new algorithms.
This was required so that the system would allow using eye movements and gestures to send messages to a mobile phone or computer to those who look after patients or elderly people.
Thus, another step is being taken to create a model of a "smart and caring home" that would immediately recognize a drop, an increase in temperature, a situation when the patient stops eating, etc.

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On November 30, the professional IT community GlobalCIO hosted a large-scaled international conference "Global CIO Insights: Digital Transformation with AI". During the event, leading experts shared their practical experience in launching projects utilizing artificial intelligence (AI) and highlighted approaches that helped elevate their companies to new heights.

Voting for projects participating in the "Project of the Year" contest is open. The voting began on December 1st and will continue until January 15th inclusive. The winners will be announced on February 7th, 2024.

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