Automated elder home care: Long term adaptive aiding and support we can live with

Christopher A. Miller, Peggy Wu, Kathleen Krichbaum, Liana Kiff

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Abstract

We have been working on home automation to support eldercare. This is an instance of long term human-automation interaction in very intimate and personal settings with a potentially difficult user population. We report our design philosophy and some of the lessons learned relative to that philosophy from a six month field test with representatives of this user community. As a separate research thread, we report on the importance of "etiquette" in human-automation interactions in this domain, along with some initial models and findings about how to configure human-automation reminder interactions to support long-term "livability".

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages13-16
Number of pages4
StatePublished - 2004
Event2004 AAAI Spring Symposium - Stanford, CA, United States
Duration: Mar 22 2004Mar 24 2004

Conference

Conference2004 AAAI Spring Symposium
CountryUnited States
CityStanford, CA
Period3/22/043/24/04

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    Miller, C. A., Wu, P., Krichbaum, K., & Kiff, L. (2004). Automated elder home care: Long term adaptive aiding and support we can live with. 13-16. Paper presented at 2004 AAAI Spring Symposium, Stanford, CA, United States.