How Conversational Artificial Intelligence Is Providing Companionship To The Elderly

Accenture has developed a solution that uses conversational AI to let people capture memorable stories for future generations while providing

How Conversational Artificial Intelligence Is Providing Companionship To The Elderly

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When designing the solution, Accenture wanted it to be as simple to use as possible. “A person deploys a smart speaker in the most convenient space or where they feel the most relaxed to share their memories before Memory Lane is activated in the smart speaker,” explains Souche. “Then the smart speaker will start to ask daily questions.

When designing the solution, Accenture wanted it to be as simple to use as possible. “A person deploys a smart speaker in the most convenient space or where they feel the most relaxed to share their memories before Memory Lane is activated in the smart speaker,” explains Souche. “Then the smart speaker will start to ask daily questions.

Looking to address the challenges of elderly loneliness, Accenture has developed a solution that uses conversational AI to let people capture memorable stories for future generations while providing companionship.

Looking to address the challenges of elderly loneliness, Accenture has developed a solution that uses conversational AI to let people capture memorable stories for future generations while providing companionship.

The underlying algorithms are based on conversational artificial intelligence, which handles conversation in a natural way.  Souche says: “It can offer an accessible service to elderly since they don’t have to ‘learn’ how to use the system.

He continues: “Another aspect which was a big success, was the rapid adoption of the service by the elderly people – they were from 80 years old up to 101 years old, but they quickly managed to interact with the solution and shared their best stories.

He continues: “Another aspect which was a big success, was the rapid adoption of the service by the elderly people – they were from 80 years old up to 101 years old, but they quickly managed to interact with the solution and shared their best stories.

The underlying algorithms are based on conversational artificial intelligence, which handles conversation in a natural way.  Souche says: “It can offer an accessible service to elderly since they don’t have to ‘learn’ how to use the system.

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