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Community Based Activity Center to Support Independently Living Elders

@inproceedings{Borghese2020CommunityBA,
  title={Community Based Activity Center to Support Independently Living Elders},
  author={Nunzio Alberto Borghese and Nicola Basilico and Matteo Luperto and Alessandro Vuono},
  booktitle={AIxAS@AI*IA},
  year={2020}
}
A novel platform that integrates an activity center and a virtual community is here described. It is part of a heterogeneous system aimed to provide monitoring, stimulation and assistance at the point of need to independent living elders, especially those who are at risk of falling into frailty. Combination of specific technological components has allowed to achieve a modular, responsive and dynamical design of the interfaces and their behaviors making their use natural. The explicit request to… 
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