The Johns Hopkins Artificial Intelligence and Technology Collaboratory for Aging Research, or JH AITC, has announced the last cohort of awardees that will receive support from its second round of grant funding. Four additional applicants from academia, industry, and clinical practice were selected for funding late last year. Launched in 2021 with a $20 million grant from the National Institute on Aging, the JH AITC is a national hub for innovations in healthy aging and cross-disciplinary collaboration within the Johns Hopkins community and beyond. The four additional pilots funded by this round focus on promoting older adults' independence through ambulatory assistance and mental health maintenance. : This pilot plans to develop automated artificial intelligence methods to detect and track an individual's neuropsychiatric symptoms (NPS) using non-intrusive, privacy-preserving ambient sensors at home.