Computer System Transcribes Words Users “Speak Silently”

News   Apr 09, 2018 | Original Story by Larry Hardesty for MIT

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Arnav Kapur, a researcher in the Fluid Interfaces group at the MIT Media Lab, demonstrates the AlterEgo project. Image: Lorrie Lejeune/MIT



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Sharwan Kumar | Apr 09, 2018

.... The last one is people who have disabilities where they can’t vocalize normally.... That is a good piece of work, particularly for the nonverbal and noncommunicating children and adults with low IQ, not only in the English world but also in nonEnglish world as well. The work must come out in the market immediately. All those institutes govt or non govt who care for such persons must immediately come forward to get this work going at a very fast pace. Best wishes.

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