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ABC News – 24 December 2022
Report by Lexi Hamilton-Smith
Can AI help people living with chronic illness?
Two Queensland universities have teamed up with a tech start-up to see how “care bots” can improve the lives of people who need high-level care.
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The Courier Mail – 12 Nov 2022
Des Houghton // Saturday Insight
An Ipswich man will be the first person in Australia to trial a new hi-tech solution for the disabled, as many languish with high care needs. Read more …
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7 News – 28 August 2022
Ariel Care Co-Director, Dave Beard, offers his thoughts on the latest developments in Healthcare AI, improving quality of life for people with disabilities and chronic illness.
Ariel Care Blog
Australians Living with Disability Can Finally Get the Homes They Deserve
Already successfully supporting thousands, the NDIS Specialised Disability Accommodation program is poised to get a massive upgrade with Ariel Care’s tech innovations. One of Ariel Care’s first Pilot Program participants,…
The Brisbane Healthcare Tech Incubator with Massive Global Implications
Meet the team bringing Stephen Hawking-level assistive tech to Australians with disabilities While the late Stephen Hawking advanced theoretical physics, he also furthered the understanding and adoption of assistive technology….
The Super Crisis One Healthcare Tech Company Is Taking Head On
Why a Successful Project marketer and Property Developer Divested at the Height of the Real Estate Market Just a few years ago, David Beard was a Managing Director running a…
Technology easing the burden for people who have high care needs.
Des Houghton // Saturday Insight – 12 November 2022 Karen Caddis was on top of the world preparing for her wedding to handsome Redbank Plains bus driver Russell Conyard when…