LifeLine: A device for detecting abnormal patterns
This paper presents a reliable LifeLine, app or device, that uses multiple native hardware sensors in conjunction with motion detection methods and AI/machine learning algorithms to automatically detect life-threatening conditions. The app or device then autonomously responds to said conditions and sends alarm signals through various communication channels within milliseconds, without the need for user intervention. The app version is currently on Google Play. The testing of such an autonomous AI app or device imposes some new challenges due to the nondeterminism in AI agent’s reaction to various scenarios and the continuous learning of the AI agent with new knowledge.
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Jenny Li, J.; Krivoshik, Peter; Suvorov, Andrey; Fortes, Claudia; and Kenny, Phillip, "LifeLine: A device for detecting abnormal patterns" (2018). Kean Publications. 1467.