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(Washington: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Daniel Sieberg) Technology to help seniors live on their own safely featured; scenes shown of an experimental house containing tools to help the elderly, including motion detectors, a cell phone recording device and a chip that tracks whether someone has taken their medication. [Senior Sandy DAVIS, her mother “MARGARET” – comment.] [Georgia Tech professor Gregory ABOWD- describes what the gadgets do.]
- Couric, Katie;
- Sieberg, Daniel
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