18, Feb - 2019
'Quality mark for serious games in the healthcare sector not feasible'

'Quality mark for serious games in the healthcare sector not feasible'

A quality mark for serious games in the healthcare sector is not really feasible. That's what Tim Laning from Grendel Games told us at eHealth Convention in Amsterdam yesterday. "Validating games for rehabilitation, for example, becomes very difficult due to the breadth of applications." Laning also sees a trend in which serious games are too often validated by partners who participate in projects themselves

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Network of social robots guides people with intellectual disabilities

Network of social robots guides people with intellectual disabilities

The Philadelphia Care Foundation, which focuses primarily on supporting people with intellectual disabilities, has taken a robot network into use. The residents are assigned their own social robot in turn. The robot Phi, a variant of Pepper, has been experimenting for a year. Greet Prins, chairman of the Philadelphia Care Foundation, appeared yesterday with Phi on the stage of eHealth Convention in Amsterdam

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