Robotic Process Automation: Diagnosis of Dementia on Aged People

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Abstract

In modern day technology, among the elderly population, there is an increased cases of dementia. However, there is a delay in dementia diagnosis over the past years. So there is a primary requirement for improving diagnosis of dementia in every part of the nation across the world. However, Dementia screening remains controversial, although strong preference is given for screening dementia, mainly for hospital inpatients. Here the objective is to implement screening, to alert family members about the condition of patients. The entire screening process is achieved using Robotic Process Automation where automatic screening and validation of the mental state of the elderly people is recognized and shared with their respective family members

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M, Mrs. S., S, Mr. P., … R, Mrs. D. (2020). Robotic Process Automation: Diagnosis of Dementia on Aged People. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 9(1), 773–776. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijrte.a1255.059120

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