AI4Seniors

We aim to utilize AI technology for seniors to enhance their social lives;
empowering the elderly to use technology indepedently of a neighbor’s help.

AI4Seniors

We aim to utilize AI technology for seniors to enhance their social lives;
empowering the elderly to use technology indepedently of a neighbor’s help.
What is AI4Seniors

AI4Seniors is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded and operated by a group of university students and high school students (at Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pennsylvania, Palo Alto High School, Gunn High School, University High School and Canyon Crest Academy in Northern and Southern California).

BEGIN

BEGIN (BEtween Generation INteraction): A mobile application that encourages cross generation interactions between seniors and foreign English learners

ReSight

ReSight: A smart app that helps maintaining health and dietary restrictions allowing seniors to be more independent when shopping

Partnership

Partnered with the Mitchell Park and Rinconada libraries, we have been hosting events to help seniors learn how to use computer and mobile apps.

Goal-Oriented Events

We saw that many seniors had technical difficulties with their devices such as phones, computers and iPads. We are organizing events focusing on helping seniors solve their technological problems and encouraging them to solve their own problems using technology (e.g. shop for groceries online,  book Ubers, search the Web and YouTube). The following places we host events are:

Rinconada Library:

1213 Newell Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303

Mitchell Park Library:

3700 Middlefield Rd, Palo Alto, CA 94303
Helping more seniors in our neighborhood

We have been volunteering at Avendidas, a non-profit agency in Palo Alto helping mid-Peninsula seniors live well and learn to maintain their independence. We have been helping seniors with their technical problems, ranging from computer issues to potential virus detections. Additionally, we volunteered at the 15th Annual Caregiver Conference on November 10 2018.