During periods between medical consultations, individuals undergoing health crises often need to take care of themselves. However, maintaining healthy routines can be challenging, especially for specific groups. Recent advancements in machine learning, artificial intelligence, and low-cost components present new opportunities for adaptive interventions in healthcare.
Our research explores the impact of personalisation, co-design, and embodiment on the ongoing utilisation and efficacy of tools that encourage self-reflection or introspection, ultimately supporting individuals’ recovery and stability.
By leveraging the potential of adaptive interventions, we aim to improve the support available to individuals during their healthcare journeys. The insights gained from our research have the potential to enhance the development of personalised tools and services, alerting caregivers to potential issues and fostering better self-reflection practices.
Tyler, J., Boldi, M.-O., & Cherubini, M. (2022). Contemporary self-reflective practices: A large-scale survey. Acta Psychologica, 230, 103768. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.actpsy.2022.103768
Associated Group Members
- James ArneraI completed my Master’s in AI and Robotics at the University of Hertfordshire (UK) where I focused primarily on artificial life, human-computer interaction and affective robotics. I have always championed technology that empowers people … Read more
- Diana KorkaI recently graduated from a master’s in information systems at UNIL-HEC. For my academic thesis I worked together with the Persuasive Technologies Lab team on a research project for designing … Read more
- Chan Chun Hei MichaelCurrently enrolled in the Data Science Master at EPFL, my interest ranges from imaging, signal processing and data-driven models applied in healthcare and biology related studies. A few experiences that … Read more
- Seyedeh Sharareh MirzargarI graduated from the Swiss joint Master of computer science with a specialization in data science at the University of Bern. In my master’s thesis, I worked on a framework … Read more