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AutoTune Me LLC
A mobile app to deliver music-based interventions to combat neuropsychiatric symptoms in people living with AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
AutoTune Me LLC
Principal Investigator(s):
Kendra Ray, PhD, MPH, MT-BC
Official Project Title:
A Music-Based Mobile App to Combat Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in People Living With ADRD
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
Cognitive Disease
Delirium
Balance T LLC | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Engineered device to train balance and prevent falls in older adults
Awardee Organization(s):
Balance T LLC | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Principal Investigator(s):
Michael Schubert, PhD | Yuri Agrawal, MD
Official Project Title:
Balance T Device to Prevent Falls in Older Adults
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
Frailty
Bestie Bot
Combining AI-enabled RGBd+ stereo vision and thermal sensors for home monitoring and telehealth
Awardee Organization(s):
Bestie Bot
Principal Investigator(s):
Richard Everts
Official Project Title:
RGBd+ Thermal Computer Vision Platform for Home Monitoring and Telehealth
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Frailty
Butlr | Hebrew SeniorLife | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Creating a heat sensor-based algorithm for early detection of frailty in older adults
Awardee Organization(s):
Butlr | Hebrew SeniorLife | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Principal Investigator(s):
Amanda Paluch, PhD | Dae Hyun Kim, MD, ScD | Rags Gupta
Official Project Title:
Detecting Frailty in Home Environments Through Non-Invasive Whole Room Body Heat Sensing in Older Adults
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Sensors
Frailty
Care Daily (formerly People Power Company)
Wearables and AI microservices API to support AD/ADRD caregivers with real-time monitoring and recommendations
Awardee Organization(s):
Care Daily (formerly People Power Company)
Principal Investigator(s):
Gene Wang
Official Project Title:
AI Bots and Wearables for Dementia Caregivers to Improve Quality of Life
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Cogwear LLC
Using wireless dry-sensor EEG wearables and an AI-based neural algorithms to detect early-stage AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
Cogwear LLC
Principal Investigator(s):
David Yonce, MS, MBA
Official Project Title:
Physiological Detection and Monitoring of Alzheimer's Disease
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Cognitive Disease
George Washington University | Crosswater Digital Media
AI-enabled conversation platform to measure mental status and manage psychotropic medication use for older adults
Awardee Organization(s):
George Washington University | Crosswater Digital Media
Principal Investigator(s):
Lorens Helmchen, PhD
Official Project Title:
AI-Enabled Conversations to Measure Mental Status and Manage Psychotropic Medication Use
AITC Partner:
Website(s):
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
NLP
Cognitive Disease
Iris Technology Inc.
AI-driven computer vision for fall prediction and detection for older adults with AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
Iris Technology Inc.
Principal Investigator(s):
David Stout
Official Project Title:
AI-Assisted Fall Detection and Remote Monitoring for Seniors with ADRD
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Frailty
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health - Center for Population Health IT
AI-augmented analytics to enable patient-centered palliative care for persons with AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health - Center for Population Health IT
Principal Investigator(s):
Chintan Pandya, PhD
Official Project Title:
AI-Augmented Analytics to Enable Patient Centered Palliative Care for Persons with ADRD
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Cognitive Disease
AI/ML
NLP
Palliative Care
Comorbidity
Johns Hopkins University - Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Lucidity: an AI-driven technology platform to monitor and predict cognitive fluctuations and lucid intervals in dementia at home
Awardee Organization(s):
Johns Hopkins University - Krieger School of Arts and Sciences
Principal Investigator(s):
Kishore Kuchibhotla, PhD
Official Project Title:
A Technology Platform to Monitor Cognitive Fluctuations and Lucidity in Dementia at Home
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Cognitive Disease
Delirium
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Utilizing brain MRI phenotyping, demographic and clinical data, and deep learning to develop individualized risk predictions of cognitive decline
Awardee Organization(s):
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Principal Investigator(s):
Kenichi Oishi, MD, PhD
Official Project Title:
Individualized Risk Evaluation of Cognitive Decline in a Cognitively Normal Population
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Cognitive Disease
Koda Health
AI-based advanced care planning platform to align surrogate decision makers to improve end-of-life care
Awardee Organization(s):
Koda Health
Principal Investigator(s):
Desh Mohan, MD
Official Project Title:
Patient-Surrogate Alignment in Digital Advance Care Planning
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
AI/ML
Palliative Care
Massachusetts General Hospital | Sonde Health
Developing machine learning-based vocal biomarkers for the detection and monitoring of cognitive impairment
Awardee Organization(s):
Massachusetts General Hospital | Sonde Health
Principal Investigator(s):
Bradford Dickerson, MD | Erik Larsen, PhD
Official Project Title:
Testing a Vocal Biomarker Platform for Remote Detection and Monitoring of Cognitive Impairment in the Home Environment
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
NLP
Cognitive Disease
McLean Hospital | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Using AI-guided wearable sensors for the real-time data-driven psychopharmacologic management of behavioral and psychologic symptoms of older adults with AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
McLean Hospital | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Principal Investigator(s):
Ipsit Vahia, MD
Official Project Title:
Sensor-Guided Psychopharmacology in Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementia
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
NLP
Mentia
AI chatbot avatars in a dementia-friendly virtual world to help caregivers
Awardee Organization(s):
Mentia
Principal Investigator(s):
Algis Leveckis, SM
Official Project Title:
AI Driven Avatar in DevaWorld, a Dementia Friendly Virtual World
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
Cognitive Disease
Virtual Reality
Social Isolation
MindMics Inc.
Using in-ear infrasonic hemodynography in everyday earbuds to monitor vascular aging
Awardee Organization(s):
MindMics Inc.
Principal Investigator(s):
Anna Barnacka, PhD
Official Project Title:
Vascular Aging Using Infrasonic Hemodynography Embedded Into Everyday Earbuds
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
Sensors
Wearables
Computer Vision
Comorbidity
NLP
Northeastern University | Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Using home monitoring technologies to detect early acute illness in AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
Northeastern University | Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Principal Investigator(s):
Jane Saczynski, PhD | Edward Marcantonio, MD, SM
Official Project Title:
Early Acute Illness Detection in Delirium and Dementia
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Cognitive Disease
Sequoia
Wearable EEG device designed for older adults that enhances slow-wave sleep utilizing AI-enabled acoustic simulation
Awardee Organization(s):
Sequoia
Principal Investigator(s):
Joshua Blair, MS | Youseph Yazdi, PhD
Official Project Title:
Enhancing Slow-Wave Sleep in Older Adults Using Acoustic Stimulation
AITC Partner:
Website(s):
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Comorbidity
Cognitive Disease
Sovrinti Inc.
Developing a deep neural network risk protection model from in-home sensing data to predict adverse events in AD/ADRD populations
Awardee Organization(s):
Sovrinti Inc.
Principal Investigator(s):
John Fitch, MS
Official Project Title:
Predicting Adverse Events in AD/ADRD Populations Using Sovrinti In-Home Sensing Data
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
AI/ML
Frailty
Comorbidity
Cognitive Disease
University of California San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering
Using a computer vision algorithm to create an ultralow-cost blood pressure monitoring device that can be used with an everyday mobile phone
Awardee Organization(s):
University of California San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering
Principal Investigator(s):
Edward Wang, PhD
Official Project Title:
Smartphone Blood Pressure Monitoring for Healthy Aging
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Comorbidity
University of Colorado | Kaiser Permanente
Using natural language processing to create an AI-based algorithm from EMR data to identify non-traditional caregivers who might benefit from dyadic interventions
Awardee Organization(s):
University of Colorado | Kaiser Permanente
Principal Investigator(s):
Jennifer Portz, PhD
Official Project Title:
Leveraging Patient Portals to Support Caregivers
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
NLP
University of Michigan
The PI's research team will use a human-centered approach to design, build, and evaluate conversational care technologies that scaffold meaningful care discussions between older adults and their informal caregivers
Awardee Organization(s):
University of Michigan
Principal Investigator(s):
Robin Brewer, PhD
Official Project Title:
Conversational Care Technologies
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
NLP
Social Isolation
University of Minnesota
Using machine learning to create data-driven user personas for the design of usable technologies for older adults
Awardee Organization(s):
University of Minnesota
Principal Investigator(s):
Robin Austin, PhD, DNP, DC, RN-BC
Official Project Title:
Designing Usable Technologies for Older Adults via Data-Driven Whole-Person User Personas
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
AI/ML
University of Pennsylvania Frontotemporal Degeneration Center
Wearable sensors capturing digital autonomic biomarkers to detect empathy loss for frontotemporal dementia (bvFTD)
Awardee Organization(s):
University of Pennsylvania Frontotemporal Degeneration Center
Principal Investigator(s):
Emma Rhodes, PhD
Official Project Title:
Feasibility of Digital Monitoring to Detect Autonomic Markers of Empathy Loss in bvFTD
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Cognitive Disease
University of Southern California
A machine learning-enabled speech-based screening tool for AD/ADRD caregivers
Awardee Organization(s):
University of Southern California
Principal Investigator(s):
Maja Matarić, PhD
Official Project Title:
An Accessible Machine Learning-Based ADRD Screening Tool for Families and Caregivers
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
NLP
Cognitive Disease
Vigorous Mind Inc.
Autonomous robot that uses AI-based facial expression analysis to detect agitation in persons with AD/ADRD
Awardee Organization(s):
Vigorous Mind Inc.
Principal Investigator(s):
Yuval Malinsky, MBA
Official Project Title:
Robot With AI-Based Facial Expression Analysis to Detect Agitation in Persons with AD/ADRD
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Robotics
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Cognitive Disease
Delirium
Virtual Apprentice LLC
Using virtual reality to mitigate social isolation and provide cognitive stimulation
Awardee Organization(s):
Virtual Apprentice LLC
Principal Investigator(s):
Ellie Giles, EdD
Official Project Title:
ReTreatVR
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
Virtual Reality
Cognitive Disease
Social Isolation
Visilant | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
AI-driven imaging algorithm and telemedicine platform for near real-time cataract screening and post-operative follow-up
Awardee Organization(s):
Visilant | Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Principal Investigator(s):
Kunal Parikh, PhD
Official Project Title:
Visilant: Equitable Access to Eye Care Through Telemedicine and Artificial Intelligence
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
Healthy Aging
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Visual Impairment
VivoSense Inc. | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Using wearable sensors to create real-world digital clinical measures for ADRD populations with slow and altered gaits
Awardee Organization(s):
VivoSense Inc. | University of Massachusetts Amherst
Principal Investigator(s):
Jennifer Blankenship, PhD | Michael Busa, PhD
Official Project Title:
Developing Real-World Digital Biomarkers From Wearable Sensors in Patients With Alzheimer's Disease
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
Wearables
AI/ML
Frailty
Cognitive Disease
WAVi
Developing a software AI platform utilizing machine learning on EEG data for the early detection of age-related cognitive decline
Awardee Organization(s):
WAVi
Principal Investigator(s):
Francesca Arese Lucini, MSc
Official Project Title:
Early Detection of Age-Related Cognitive Decline Using Machine Learning on EEG Data
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
Cognitive Disease
Weill Cornell Medicine
AI-enabled near-field coherent sensing (NCS) radio sensors to detect respiratory distress for advanced AD/ADRD patients who are unable to self-report
Awardee Organization(s):
Weill Cornell Medicine
Principal Investigator(s):
Veerawat Phongtankuel, MD
Official Project Title:
Detecting Respiratory Distress in Patients with Advanced AD/ADRD Using Radio Sensors
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
Sensors
AI/ML
Computer Vision
Palliative Care
Comorbidity
WellSaid.ai LLC
Conversational AI to detect cognitive impairment and dementia in the home
Awardee Organization(s):
WellSaid.ai LLC
Principal Investigator(s):
Randall Williams, MD
Official Project Title:
Leveraging Conversational AI to Detect Cognitive Impairment and Dementia in the Home
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
NLP
Cognitive Disease
Yale School of Medicine
AI algorithm for clinical decision support systems to assess cognitive function and detect probable dementia cases in older emergency department patients
Awardee Organization(s):
Yale School of Medicine
Principal Investigator(s):
Ula Hwang, MD, MPH
Official Project Title:
Advancing Detection of Dementia With the Emergency Department Dementia Algorithm (EDDA)
AITC Partner:
Cohort 1
AD/ADRD
AI/ML
NLP
Cognitive Disease
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