AI Improves Quality of Elderly Care

AI Improves Quality of Elderly Care

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AMSTERDAM, December 14, 2018

AMSTERDAM, December 14, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

At Today's Inauguration Speech, AI Professor Cees Snoek Gives Preview of First-Ever Body Language Recognition Software

During his inauguration address on Video Intelligence at the University of Amsterdam, today, Prof. Cees Snoek gives a preview of the world's first-ever body language recognition software. The software is developed at Kepler Vision Technologies ( ), a university spin-off company. The software "looks" into videos and recognizes a human's body language, body poses and actions. Examples are if a patient drinks enough, got dressed, gets upset, or is lying on the couch versus lying on the floor. The software is developed in response to our ageing population, our desire to live independent as long as possible, all under the constraints of a shrinking care givers workforce. The official software launch is January 8-11, 2019 at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas (Hall G, Booth 51726, Eureka Park).

A link to the demonstration video is here:

About Kepler Vision Technologies 

Our customers deal with large quantities of videos and photos. Automated visual monitoring that identifies what the people are doing in these videos does not exist. We help our clients solve this through our body language recognition software that we fine-tune to their data. This allows our customers to reduce cost and improve safety and well-being.
Kepler Vision Technologies is a spin-off company from the University of Amsterdam. The company raised €1.7 M euros in its seed round of financing. The company website is here:

A link to the press package is here:

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