Osteoporosis, one of the leading causes of disability in older adults, significantly reduces the quality of life and leads to loss of independence. Dynamic development of "smart" solutions based on artificial intelligence more and more commonly applied in older people's houses may be an answer to the above issues. The aim of this study is to present selected "smart home" solutions for the diagnosis and prevention of falls in the older population through a literature review. The conducted meta-analysis based on a review of the scientific literature available in English and Polish in the Medline/PubMed, Embase, Scopus, and GBL databases was undertaken from 01.01.2015 to 01.10.2020 with the string search method using key words. According to the authors of this study, the development of new technology based on artificial intelligence allows older people to live independently, which contributes to a higher level of life satisfaction and quality.
Gawrońska Karolina, Lorkowski Jacek
artificially intelligent home monitoring, fall prevention, home hazards, innovative assisted living tools