February 16th, 2023 | Published in Research
The JuBot Project, or “Stay Young with Robots,” focuses on improving the quality of life for seniors through the use of robotics. The project aims to enhance human-robot interaction by studying human activity recognition, allowing for a more intuitive and seamless interface. By analyzing and modeling human actions and behaviors, the system will recognize and respond to seniors’ needs in real-time. The project is a collaborative effort between experts in robotics, machine learning, and human-computer interaction, and seeks to create a user-friendly and effective solution to support and care for seniors.
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