- Social Gerontology and Health Care Delivery
- Assistive Technologies for Frail and At-Risk Populations
- Intelligence and Human and Machine Agency
- Political Economy and Social Justice
- Philosophical Problems of Socio-cultural Theories
Kutzik’s applied work is focused on the development and integration of smart technologies into care delivery models designed to maximize independence and functional health of elderly and chronically ill populations. He has played a leading role in the design, development, as well as extensive field testing of sensor-based behavioral monitoring technologies in the United States and Europe. This research has resulted in a series of patent-protected technologies which have been brought to the market as well as innovative methodologies for assessing functioning and impacts of technologies on both patients and care provision service and business models. Kutzik’s current theoretical work is focused on intelligent agency, semiotics and information theory as it applies to both artificial intelligence and cultural historical activity theory (CHAT).