A new computer system designed to assist people in the workplace can help them live more happily and better, according to the manufacturer.
The system, called a ‘pilot,’ will work with the human to automatically identify where they are in a building and determine if there is a need to open the door.
The system can then identify where people are sitting in a meeting room, for example, and the system can take that information and use it to find where people should sit and make them feel comfortable.
The system will also help people with chronic illnesses who have trouble sleeping because of a chronic pain, say the company.
The company, which has developed its system in collaboration with the Australian-based firm Human Systems, said the system could help with the cost of care for the elderly, the elderly with disabilities, people with a chronic illness, and people with physical disabilities.
The device, which will cost $US30,000 ($40,000) per unit, will be used by employees at IBM Watson Australia.
According to the company, it is designed to help people “to feel comfortable in their workplace, which can lead to improved productivity, health and well-being.”
“By providing the human with this data, the system will then assist the human in identifying and managing health conditions,” it said.
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The human system, developed by IBM Watson, will assist employees to identify where in a room they are and how they should sit.
“The pilot system will be fully functional by the end of 2021 and will be available for sale to qualified businesses to enable them to start using it for their employees,” it added.
It will be sold in the UK, Germany, France, Japan, Singapore, the US, and Canada.
IBM Watson said it has been working with human systems for some time and has developed a ‘sensory network’ that is able to provide feedback to its employees about the way they are feeling.
However, the company said the pilot system is just the beginning.
“With this pilot system, IBM Watson has been able to bring together the diverse expertise of its global workforce and enable its employees to engage in the real world to improve their wellbeing,” the company added.
“This is an important step towards improving the quality of life for all of our employees, and is an example of the IBM Watson vision of being a company that helps people to live a more fulfilling and meaningful life.”
The human systems pilot will be offered for sale in Australia, the UK and Japan, with other locations to be announced in the future.
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