Uso de Chatbots Personalizados para Monitoração do Desaprendizado e Esquecimento de Idosos
ResumoCom o envelhecimento da população mundial, problemas na área da saúde como o comprometimento cognitivo, precisam de atenção. Trabalhos relacionados ao tema mostram que os avanços na área de inteligência artiﬁcial, permite o uso de tecnologias, como os chatbots, para automatizar o diálogo e estimular as habilidades cognitivas dos usuários. Sendo assim, este artigo descreve um desenho de pesquisa para o uso de chatbots personalizados aplicados na monitoração do esquecimento e desaprendizado de idosos. Através da abordagem Design Science Research, foram apresentados os principais elementos e etapas para garantir a contribuição cientíﬁca e tecnológica do presente estudo.
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