Coordinación y Gestión de la Cátedra
Enhancements to facilitate the use of Sally, the frailty detection system for the elderly
The Cuatroochenta Chair has carried out new tests of its technological application for early detection of dependence at the Neural neurological rehabilitation center in Castelló. The usability has been improved to facilitate the handling and performance of the exercises...
European web platform for training in artificial intelligence
The Cuatroochenta Chair leads the LivAI project aimed at facilitating the creation and certification of open digital educational resources in Europe and promoting the ethical use of this technology in the adult population.
The Cuatroochenta Chair will develop a new system for monitoring the elderly in their homes.
This is the Senior Monitoring project which, through sensors and a smartwatch with Bluetooth, will detect changes in the behaviour and habits of the elderly.
Cuatroochenta, award for company-university collaboration from the Valencian Science Parks Network
The rePCV highlights the relationship and participation of the Castellón-based technology company with the Universitat Jaume I (UJI) in R&D projects such as the Cuatroochenta Chair in AI, Health and Wellbeing.
ICT use acts as a protective factor for the elderly
Research by the Cuatroochenta Chair, published by the Dávalos-Fletcher Foundation, concludes that older people who used apps or social networks during the pandemic felt less lonely. The research supports the introduction of ICTs to address situations of unwanted loneliness...
The Cuatroochenta Chair listens to the needs of the elderly in Castelló
During the months of October and November, the Chair’s team met with older people in focus groups to assess whether Castelló meets their needs. The information will be used to prepare the diagnostic study within the project ‘Castelló. An...
“Algorithms make caregiving easier but do not replace the caregiver”
Experts in gerontology, ethics, digital health and technology debate on technology and the elderly in the #EnModoAvión talk ‘Can an algorithm take care of us?’. The event, organized by Cuatroochenta with the collaboration of the EULEN Group and the...
The second edition of Saturdays AI comes to Castellón
The training program Saturdays AI arrives, once again, to Castellón thanks to the Cátedra Cuatroochenta. The cycle is aimed at people interested in learning artificial intelligence and applying it in projects with social impact
Pilot test of the technological application developed by the Cuatroochenta Chair to detect frailty in elderly people
About 50 elderly people from Castelló perform the first tests with the system for the early detection of dependence developed by the Chair. The application consists of a camera with 3D technology and a mobile app that allows the...
The Chair Cuatroochenta will evaluate if the city of Castelló is a friendly environment for older people
The professors of the UJI and directors of the Chair Cuatroochenta, Óscar Belmonte and Antonio Caballer will carry out a diagnostic study to analyze whether the city has sufficient resources to promote healthy and active ageing. This research is...
The Cuatroochenta Chair advances in its research on unwanted loneliness in older people
One of the main lines of work of the Chair focuses on the development of instruments for the evaluation of unwanted loneliness in the elderly, such as the “Serena” and “Senior Monitoring” projects.
Recognition for the scientific dissemination of the directors of the Cuatroochenta Chair
Óscar Belmonte and Antonio Caballer have received the first prize for scientific dissemination of the Universitat Jaume I for their research in machine learning for intelligent environments. Among their projects they have Serena, a conversational robot to identify people...