Retirement Space Transformation Design Based on Deep Learning in the Perspective of Artificial Intelligence

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Di Wang, Hui Ma, Lu Chen


The transformation of retirement spaces represents a crucial endeavor in adapting to the evolving needs and preferences of aging populations. As demographics shift towards a larger proportion of elderly individuals, there is a growing imperative to reimagine retirement environments to better support the physical, emotional, and social well-being of seniors. This paper introduces a novel approach to retirement space transformation design, which harnesses the capabilities of deep learning techniques within the framework of artificial intelligence (AI). Traditional approaches to retirement space design often rely on static assumptions and generalized models, which may not fully capture the diverse needs and preferences of individual residents. In contrast, the proposed methodology integrates deep learning algorithms to analyze vast and heterogeneous datasets, including demographic information, health records, lifestyle patterns, and spatial configurations. By leveraging deep neural networks, convolutional neural networks (CNNs), recurrent neural networks (RNNs), or their variants, this approach can uncover intricate relationships and patterns within the data, revealing nuanced insights into user behaviour, preferences, and spatial utilization. Furthermore, the utilization of AI-driven design principles enables the creation of personalized and adaptable retirement environments. Through real-time monitoring and analysis of user interactions, the system can dynamically adjust environmental parameters such as lighting, temperature, and spatial layout to optimize comfort and functionality for individual residents. Additionally, AI algorithms can facilitate the prediction of future needs and preferences based on historical data, allowing for proactive design interventions and resource allocations. By embracing AI technologies in retirement space transformation design, this approach seeks to not only enhance the quality of life for aging individuals but also optimize resource utilization and promote sustainable living practices. The integration of deep learning in the design process offers unprecedented opportunities for innovation and customization, paving the way for more inclusive, responsive, and supportive retirement environments in the future.

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