Susann Keohane  Susann Keohane photo       

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Global Research Leader for Aging, Master Inventor, Academy of Technology
Austin Research Laboratory, Austin, TX, USA

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Improving Eldercare using AI and IoT (NIC Talk video, 2017)

IBM expands AI research to support an aging population (SD Times, 2017)

IBM Research Strategic Initiative on Aging: The Positive Impact of Emerging Technologies (Elder.org, 2017)

Data-driven elder care dream team (Portland Business Journal, 2017)

Switched on to old concerns ahead of Ageing Well conference in Adelaide (The Advertiser Adelaide, 2017)

Sensors, wearable tech and audio monitoring are pushing aged care into the future (The Hearld Sun, 2017)

Can robots solve Grandma's loneliness? (CNN, 2017)

From Aging To Autism, IBM Is Eliminating Barriers To Technology (Forbes, 2017)

Grandma’s Little Robot: Machines that can read and react to social cues may be more acceptable companions and caretakers (Scientific American, 2017)

What Happens When We All Live To 100? IBM Might Have The Answer (Investor's Business Daily, 2017)

Transforming social services: How cognitive technology is helping to protect the most vulnerable (IBM Cognitive for Social Good, 2017)

IBM brings cognitive computing to eldercare facility study (Westfair Business Publications, 2017)

Is robotics a solution to the growing needs of the elderly? (BBC, 2017)

IBM wants to protect senior citizens (Business Insider, 2017)

Technology to Improve Seniors’ Lives (OurParents, 2017)

How Austin-developed tech may help Granny stay home (Austin Statesman, 2017)

IBM Austin lab looking for solutions to a growing aging epidemic (512 Tech Austin Statesman, 2017)

How Can I Afford to Live to 100? (Time, 2017)

Robotic Roommate Helps Seniors Stay Safe (Cognitive Voices blog, 2017)

Robo-nurses (Concord Register, 2017)

Outthink Aging video interview (BBC, 2016)

Innovation begins at home with the Internet of Caring Things (Internet of Things blog, 2016)

IBM Research and Rice University Explore Watson-Powered Robot Aimed at Aiding Elderly and Caregivers (IBM, 2016)

Female IST students find inspiration, empowerment at Grace Hopper Conference (Penn State News, 2016)

IBM robot might take care of elderly people that live alone (Evo News, 2016)

The greatest opportunity for startups in a generation (The Pulse, 2016)

IBM close to launch a robot that can look after home alone senior citizens (Independent Republic, 2016)

These Robots Want to Help Seniors Live Independently as They Age (KUT, 2016)

IBM is working on a robot that takes care of elderly people who live alone (Business Insider, 2016)

Seniors of the Future Will Be Cared For by Robots at Home (Inc. Magazine, 2016)

IBM Research Aging in Place environment (IBM, Video, 2016)

How can tech help us live longer and healthier? (2UE Radio Talking Tech, Audio, 2016)

Unlocking the ‘Internet of Caring Things’ (The Australian, 2016)

How do we begin to understand the impact of cognitive decline? (IBM Tumblr, 2016)

Future Innovators Forum at IBM Edge (MIT Technology Review, Video, 2016)

IBM's Watson looks for a role in the home (PC World, Blog, 2016)

#ElderCareChat 7/20/16: The Future of Elder Care Technology (OurParents, Blog, 2016)

Internet of Things.. How About Internet of Caring Things? (Startup Lithuania, Blog, 2016)

Aging Population and the Internet of Caring Things (Startup Lithuania, Video, 2016)

Aging Population and the Internet of Caring Things (2016, SXSW Interactive, Audio Replay)

SXSW 2016: The Internet of Caring Things for the aging population (2016, developerWorks, Blog)

A: Accessbility Technology with IBM Researcher Susann Keohane (2015, IBM Academy of Technology Channel, Video)

17 IBM rock star employees that show the company's new direction (2015, Business Insider)

IBM Innovation 26x26 (2015, ibm.com)

Patent Email Yo-Yo (2014, IBM's Tumblr)

Beyond a Thousand Words: Accessible Complex Data (2012, SXTXState)