Yıl 2019, Cilt 1 , Sayı 1, Sayfalar 14 - 24 2019-06-30

Assisted Aging: The Future Confluence of Gerontology, Internet of Things and Psychological AI
Yardımlı Yaşlanma: Yaşlılık Bilimi, Nesnelerin İnterneti ve Psikolojik Yapay Zekanın Buluşması

Ulaş Başar GEZGİN [1] , Alper YAMAN [2]

In this article, we propose a new term, ‘assisted aging’ which is an offshoot of the discussions on assisted living of aging populations. The article consists of 5 major sections: In the first section after introduction, we review mostly technical accounts of health applications of IoT. In the second section, we introduce mostly social science-oriented research on health applications of IoT. In the third section, we present and discuss gerontological research on IoT. In the fourth section, we focus on yet another relatively new term which is ‘psychological AI’. We show how this will be central to future IoT for gerontological purposes. Finally, we reflect on assisted living studies to develop our notion of assisted aging.
Bu makalede, yaşlanmakta olan nüfusların yardımlı yaşamaları konulu tartışmaların bir uzantısı olarak ‘yardımlı yaşlanma’ biçiminde yeni bir terim ileri sürüyoruz. Makale, 5 ana bölümden oluşuyor: Girişten sonraki ilk bölümde, nesnelerin internetinin sağlık uygulamalarının çoğunlukla teknik açıklamalarını gözden geçiriyoruz. İkinci bölümde, nesnelerin internetinin sağlık uygulamalarına ilişkin çoğunlukla toplum bilimleri yönelimli araştırmalara giriş yapıyoruz. Üçüncü bölümde, nesnelerin internetiyle ilgili yaşlılık bilimi araştırmalarını sunuyor ve tartışıyoruz. Dördüncü bölümde, bir diğer görece yeni terim olan ‘psikolojik Yapay Zeka’ terimine odaklanıyoruz. Bunun gelecekteki yaşlılık bilimi amaçlı nesnelerin interneti için ne kadar merkezi olacağını gösteriyoruz. Son olarak, yardımlı yaşlanma kavramsallaştırmamızı geliştirmek üzere yardımlı yaşama çalışmaları üstüne düşünüyoruz.
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Konular Sosyal Bilimler, Disiplinler Arası
Bölüm Derleme Makaleler

Orcid: 0000-0002-6075-3501
Yazar: Ulaş Başar GEZGİN (Sorumlu Yazar)
Ülke: Vietnam

Orcid: 0000-0003-1767-4020
Yazar: Alper YAMAN
Ülke: Germany


Yayımlanma Tarihi : 30 Haziran 2019

APA GEZGİN, U , YAMAN, A . (2019). Assisted Aging: The Future Confluence of Gerontology, Internet of Things and Psychological AI. İzmir Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 1 (1) , 14-24 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/izsbd/issue/49441/624669