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DFRobot’s HuskyLens, an AI Vision Sensor, Detects if an Alzheimer’s patient is Indoors or Outdoors

Alzheimer’s disease is a common syndrome among older people worldwide. In China, there are about 10 million Alzheimer’s patients by now, ranking first in the world. By 2050, the number of Alzheimer’s patients in China is estimated to reach 45 million. Lu Yuan, a Chinese teenager, invented an AI Wearable called the “forget-me-not” for his grandmother, who is in the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease. The AI Wearable can help patients recognize their family members and guide them home through a built-in voice assistant. AI Wearable “forget-me-not” Version 2.0According to Lu’s introduction, the AI Wearable uses Arduino Nano and is equipped with a built-in HuskyLens…
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