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Prevent Elderly from Falling? Artificial Intelligence can do it! | Ai FM 爱 FM: 防止老人跌倒?人工智能做得到!

As a late night visitor at the Ai FM, we listen to our CEO Dr. Lim Meng Hui in his interview with Essel Yap to discuss our AI fall detection and prevention system and how it can improve nursing operation in healthcare facilities.

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October 2019
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SmartPeep CEO (left) and the host of Ai FM Essel Yap (right)

Our CEO, Dr. Lim Meng Hui is hosted by Ai FM Essel Yap, to discuss how SmartPeep Virtual AI Patient-Sitter System can help to improve nursing efficiency and care quality in healthcare institutions .

He shared his founding story and his determination in changing career path in order to solve the critical social issues with AI technology.

He also mentioned, never forget why we started, and our mission can be accomplished. He believes that, starting over and getting back the original enthusiasm can be very important in our life, so that we will not regret it in the future. This is why SmartPeep exists.

He said: “In the future, we hope to bring this AI technology to every consumer, as in many aging countries, many old people who are living alone have suffered from some incidents and missed the golden rescue time. We aim to avoid this situation and in the case of an emergency, we can promptly notify nearby healthcare facilities to help. Our final goal is to become a guardian angel that can help our silver generation to age gracefully.”

In the upcoming TEDxPetalingStreet, our CEO will be sharing some insights and learning when our founding team is working with AI technology. Besides, he will be also sharing the reason why we use AI to prevent falls and what our future development looks like. Stay tuned to our social media channels for more information!

To listen to the full interview (in Mandarin), please click the links below.

Part 1

Part 2

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