22 June 2010

Intel transforming lives of senior citizens in 2050

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This month Chip Chick, the site that focuses on technology for women, was invited by Intel to its annual Upgrade Your Life Event where the company presented what it is working on. This feature article updates us on how Intel’s healthcare projects aim to transform life for senior citizens in 2050.

“Today Intel’s social scientists are studying the needs of seniors and their family caregivers in 1000 homes in 20 countries. […] From this ethnographic research several personal health projects and devices have sprung up. “

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(Check also this previous Chip Chick feature on what Intel is doing on web-connected Smart TVs)

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