The age of artificial intelligence: Helping seniors live longer, healthier in Tokyo, East Asia News & Top Stories


Once a week, 86-year-old Tadashi Komatsuzaki eats with a smart device around his neck that measures his swallowing ability.

The sensor, known as Gokuri, taps artificial intelligence to detect such factors as swallowing strength and time, his posture, and whether he coughs when he eats or drinks.

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