Forbes, March 1, 2021. We have seen a rapid increase in the adoption of technology by Americans over the age of 65, and as prospects seek retirement communities, they’ll look for those that offer the latest technology, giving them comfort and peace of mind. Developers, owners and managers of communities need to be ready to answer the demand.Learn more
Caspar.AI is currently featured in a White Paper from Senior Housing news. This document presents how Caspar.AI delivers resident safety, wellness and comfort while providing communities with a suite of AI management tools. Touch-free technology turns the resident apartment into a caregiver.Learn more
With a growth rate of 195%, Caspar.AI is No. 4 on the Business Journal’s 2020 ranking of the fastest-growing private companies by the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Our AI homes increase the safety of seniors, while improving their quality of life.Learn more
Joe Anderson is a senior industry veteran who has worked for a variety of senior living organizations, including HumanGood. He most recently served as president of Seniority, Inc.Learn more
“I come from a senior living background. In senior housing, tenants care about their safety and comfort. They and their family need to know that they are cared for. Communities that focus on this attract more residents and get higher rent.” – Dr. Ashutosh Saxena, Co-Founder & CEO, Caspar.AILearn more
Caspar.AI has been ranked as 24th of the Top 100 Fastest Growing Private Companies in the Bay Area, by the San Francisco Business Times.Learn more
Caspar.AI is pleased to announce that they are a Seventh Annual Real Estate Tech Awards (#RETAS) winner in the hospitality category, presented by CREtech.Learn more
By integrating systems with Apple HealthKit, Caspar.AI helps resident focus on important health-related activities. Residents can now monitor their exercise levels, quality of sleep and other essential daily activities. No wearables required!Learn more
Dr. Ashutosh Saxena, CEO of Caspar.AI; Maja Rudinac, Caspar.AI Vice President of Business Development and Hanh Brown, CEO of Wellness Senior Living discuss senior housing management challenges during a pandemic.
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At Stanford Angels & Entrepreneurs Symposium, David Cheriton, Radhika Shah, Ken Birman, and Ashutosh Saxena discussed: Reimagining our world via distributed AI – Leaving No One BehindLearn more
During times of isolation, Caspar.AI smart homes are acting as a personal assistant to motivate residents to maintain a healthy lifestyle.Learn more
CB Insights today named Caspar.AI to the fourth annual AI 100 ranking, showcasing the 100 most promising private artificial intelligence companies in the world.
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Technology has allowed us to live smarter and safer. This is especially true in Caspar.AI homes, where they have senior solutions for the most comfortable living environment.Learn more
Interviewed by Radhika Shah, Caspar.AI Founder & CEO Ashutosh Saxena discusses his vision for Caspar.AI to revolutionize the way seniors live in their homes.Learn more
Ashutosh Saxena is the Co-Founder and CEO of Caspar.AI, which developed an AI system that turns a home into a sort of robot that addresses the needs of seniors. By later this summer, Caspar.AI will have been installed in about 500 apartments in California and Tokyo.Learn more
It’s dusk on a crisp January day at Stanford University, and David Cheriton is in his corner office waiting for his weekly research meeting to begin.
The last slivers of sunlight filter through the windows, illuminating the pages of Superyacht Living & Style a glossy magazine Cheriton is browsing
Osaka, Japan – Panasonic Corporation today announced that it has invested in Caspar.AI (leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) smart home startup in USA) and started collaboration with Caspar to develop integrated AI smart home system.
This Redwood City-based startup is making an artificial intelligence system to help seniors live safer.Learn more
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — The Wolff Company, ranked #12 by NMHC, partners with Caspar.AI to build cutting-edge AI-powered smart homes.Learn more
Despite the hype, real-world AI solutions are emerging, and a recent summit looked at new techniques and case studies, including a robot for aiding the aging, smart homes, and industrial automation. The buzz around artificial intelligenceLearn more
A company is developing apartment buildings with sensors, automated appliances, and the ability to learn an owner’s habits.
Perhaps the home of the future will be filled with robots. Or maybe that home itself will be a robot.Learn more
In this episode I’m joined by Ashutosh Saxena, a veteran of Andrew Ng’s Stanford Machine Learning Group, and co-founder and CEO of Caspar.ai.
Ashutosh and I discuss his RoboBrain project, a computational system
The Internet of Things needs standardization and easier programming options. Until then, the promise of IoT for consumers remains unfulfilled.
The Internet of Things is the most exciting thing to happen in the technology industry since the introduction of the iPhoneLearn more
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In his recent Senior Housing News feature story on CapEx spending in retirement housing, Chuck Sudo noted an increased focus on technology as one area where owners and developers are likely to spend more CapEx dollars. The pandemic has uncovered the industry-wide need to maintain resident service and care levels during times when face-to-face contact is curtailed or limited.Learn more
The Well is a multi-family apartment community in Las Vegas, NV and is owned by Greystar Real Estate. Residents of The Well enjoy the conveniences and enhancements that Caspar.AI brings to their apartments. In addition to resident luxury and management efficiency, Caspar features contribute to increased lease-up velocity for Greystar.Learn more
Many retirement communities have retrofitted their communities with Caspar.AI. By doing so, community management has improved its oversight of staffing levels, utility usage and resident care. At the same time residents enjoyed an increased level of convenience and comfort in their apartment homes.
There is a historically unprecedented shift in demographics towards seniors, resulting in an acute shortage of senior housing. This is an enormous opportunity for real-estate operators. Caspar.AI rethinks the design of senior living facilities to mitigate the risks and costs using automation.Learn more
Distributed AI (D-AI) is enabling rapid progress on smart IoT systems, homes, and cities. D-AI refers to any AI system with discrete AI subsystems that can be combined to create ensemble-intelligences. We introduce a Privacy-Preserving IoT Cloud (PPIC) optimized to host D-AI applications on the edge.Learn more
Covid has exposed just how vulnerable seniors are who live in nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Caspar.AI’s vision is to fundamentally change how seniors are in their homes and how assisted living facilities are run.Learn more
The question we’ve been talking about centers on the proper way to create a privacy-preserving IoT infrastructure.Learn more
Caspar.AI executives spent a great day in deep-dive discussions on the future of senior living with our partners Philips Healthcare and BrabantZorg.Learn more
We are pleased to announce we have been featured in a Japanese website about innovations that enhance apartment living. Featuring how our technology enhances senior living – by helping to promote a convenient and active lifestyle.Learn more
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