Anne is software with human features
She is a virtual assistant, developed to help people – a realistic avatar with facial expressions.
She hears you speak, listens and then replies; she picks up commands and carries them out. Knowledge and understanding of computer equipment are not necessary for the user, nor are reading skills. Just talking to Anne will do!
Thus, everyone has access to the possibilities that digital resources can offer us. She feels warm and familiar. People see her not as a computer, but as their companion.
What can Anne do for care?
With Anne, people with physical or mental limitations, such as forgetfulness, retain their independence and control of their own lives
They can manage themselves better, in contact with the outside world
Anne can do routine jobs for health care providers – in the home and in care settings – so they can spend more time on giving essential human care
Anne makes it much easier for family and friends to be involved in providing care
Those who pay – the council or health insurance companies – can save money because Anne combines many solutions and can be easily extended with more facilities, as the situation demands