The Well-being and Health Sector’s Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Programme (Hyteairo)
The Hyteairo project’s emblem, the Well-being and Health Sector Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Programme (#hyteairo) will support and speed up the utilisation of artificial intelligence and robotics. The Well-being and Health Sector AiRo Programme is a joint programme between all parties for communication and development.
The objective of the Well-being and Health Sector AiRo Programme is:
- To speed up the utilisation of artificial intelligence and robotics in the well-being sector’s services and operating processes
- To determine and eliminate obstacles and create the prerequisites for the development and use of artificial intelligence and robotics in the well-being sector
- To promote the sector’s AiRo technology business activities in Finland and export of the technology.
The programme’s areas of focus are:
- Living at home
- Care and logistics in the hospital environment
- Pharmacotherapy and pharmaceutical service
- Well-being coaching and rehabilitation
Read more about Technology supporting smart ageing and care at home programme (KATI).
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Katja Pulli, Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, [email protected], tel. +358 (0)29 524 7663
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Cristina Andersson, Develor, [email protected], tel. +358 (0)40 063 3190
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