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In this paper, we present the SHARE-it approach to the integration of agent technology with other existing technologies to build specific intelligent and semi-autonomous assistive devices for older persons and people with disabilities (both cognitive and/or motor). In particular, we
explored the benefits of the concept of situated intelligence to build mobility
platforms and other artefacts that enhance the autonomy of the target user group in their daily life so that they can be self-dependent enough to autonomously live in their preferred environment.
CitationCortés, U. [et al.]. Assistive technologies for the new generation of senior citizens: the SHARE-it approach. "International journal of computers in healthcare", 07 Juliol 2010, vol. 1, núm. 1, p. 35-65.
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