Volume 14, Issue 10, 10 2023 Edition - IJSER Journal Publication

Publication for Volume 14, Issue 10, 10 2023 Edition - IJSER Journal Publication

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Setting Up Apple M Series Macbooks to Work with OpenCV and Java []

Apple Macbooks are now enabled with Apple M1 or M2 processors, and because of the architectural differences, existing libraries like OpenCV are not quite easy to use with Java on Apple M1 or M2-powered Macbooks. This paper takes an investigative approach to figure out those potential issues and comes back with a potential solution. This follows an approach of making OpenCV Jar locally before importing and using it in IDEs.

Voice Assistant for Avoiding Sedentariness in Elderly People Based on IoT Technologies []

The rapidly expanding field of home automation can potentially revolutionize how people live. Other home automation systems assist those with particular requirements, such as the elderly and handicapped, while others appeal to those looking for wealthy and sophisticated platforms. Many social groups now have access to information and services that were previously unavailable because of the age-based digital divide, thanks to the rising popularity of virtual assistants like Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa. Older people can now accomplish tasks and access services and apps more easily. Seniors may prevent sedentary habits by integrating Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and virtual voice assistants. But creating these appliances to work with the bulk of commercially available home automation systems’ control units and each other is a hurdle. Those who are elderly or disabled could need outside help getting about, while those who live alone might need help around the home. A voice-controlled home automation system has been created to help consumers solve this problem by enabling them to carry out particular operations using just their voices. The system also includes a hand-held device (remote) that allows users to swiftly provide commands without needing to approach the microphone. The interaction between older people and those with disabilities and their homes and surroundings might be revolutionized by this technology, encouraging more independence and self-sufficiency (Alwasel, 2020)

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