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Edinburgh start-up lands £750,000 for research into falls by elderly

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Edinburgh, Scotland-based start-up using artificial intelligence (AI) to help older people live independently for longer. Smplicare, founded in 2021, will use the funds from UK Research & Innovation Fund (UKRIF) to explore the use of commercially available wearable technologies to predict risk of falls.
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Edinburgh start-up lands £750,000 for research into falls by elderly

Artificial intelligence solution is aimed at helping support independent living for longer

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Edinburgh start-up lands £750k investment for new research into falls by the elderly

By Shriya Raban An Edinburgh, Scotland-based start-up using artificial intelligence (AI) to help older people live independently for longer, has landed £750,000 (€887,623.76) in funding to explore the use of commercially available wearable technologies to predict the risk of falls and other age-related health issues. Smplicare, founded in 2021, will use the funds from UK […]

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