June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, and when observation of the Alzheimer’s Association’s The Longest Day is held, which aims to fight the darkness of Alzheimer’s on the longest day of daylight. With developments like ChatGPT, AI is getting coverage everywhere right now, both positive and negative. So, we’re shining a light on the good AI is doing to help those with Alzheimer’s during The Longest Day, from its use in new breakthroughs for early detection to its use in fall detection.
In our June 21st webinar, we’ll raise awareness of the clinical impact of AI and Alzheimer’s, as well as the good technology is doing, and has been doing for years, for those living with AD and their caregivers. We’ll share how technology can offload repetitive tasks to support staffing, freeing humans up to focus on the human experience, putting energy into acts of care that require creativity and empathy—what humans do best. We’ll explore new research that uses AI to analyze health records—predicting Alzheimer’s up to five years before a diagnosis—and a study that leverages OpenAI’s GPT-3 program to identify clues in spontaneous speech that are up to 80% accurate in predicting early stages of dementia. We’ll combine that with the role AI plays as the disease progresses, including fall detection and prevention, and share case studies that demonstrate technology’s effectiveness. As always, our expert panelists will take your questions.
Watch the on-demand webinar today:
Webinar Panelists & Moderator
Prof. Trevor Darrell, PhD
Founder & Co-Director, Berkeley Artificial Intelligence Research
University of California, Berkeley
Elizabeth Edgerly, PhD
Alzheimer’s Association, Northern California & Northern Nevada
Heather Hallett-Duda, MBA, BSN, BA, RN
Vice President of Clinical Success,
Founder & CEO