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Balancing technological advances with user needs: User-centered principles for AI-driven smart city healthcare monitoring

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posted on 2023-05-16, 09:02 authored by Ali H. Hassan, Riza bin Sulaiman, Mansoor Abdulhak, Hasan Kahtan Al-AniHasan Kahtan Al-Ani

  In recent years, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies has greatly benefited smart city healthcare, meeting the growing demand for affordable, efficient, and real-time healthcare services. Patient monitoring is one area where artificial intelligence has shown great promise. Improved health outcomes have been made possible by the advancement of AI-based monitoring systems, which enable more personalized and continuous patient monitoring. However, to fully maximize the benefits of these systems, a user-centered approach is essential, which prioritizes patients' needs and experiences while ensuring their privacy and autonomy are respected. This study focuses on the application of user-centered design principles in the development and deployment of AI-driven monitoring systems in smart city healthcare. Addressing the challenges and opportunities of AI-driven monitoring systems, the article considers issues such as privacy and security concerns, data accuracy, and user acceptance. Finally, some possible future directions to the challenges are suggested. A user-centered approach to AI monitoring systems is recommended for healthcare providers to enhance patient experience in smart city healthcare. 

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International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications

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SAI Organization

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  • VoR (Version of Record)

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Ali H. Hassan, Riza bin Sulaiman, Mansoor A. Abdulgabber, Hasan Kahtan (2023) 'Balancing technological advances with user needs: User-centered principles for AI-driven smart city healthcare monitoring', International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications. doi: 10.14569/IJACSA.2023.0140341

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2158-107X

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2156-5570

Cardiff Met Affiliation

  • Cardiff School of Technologies

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Hasan Kahtan Al-Ani

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  • en

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