Approximately 10% of the global population is affected by dyslexia. Readex aims to develop a smart reading aid to support affected students and promote inclusive learning environments. Utilizing artificial intelligence, our glasses will have the ability to recognize and extract words from the text being read, translating them into real-time audio perceived via earphones.
By converting text into audio, users can practice pronunciation and reading speed. The use of contrast filters and highlighting can further help eliminate distractions and support the natural reading flow. An accompanying digital learning application will assess students’ reading abilities and detect specific word groups or categories in which the user frequently makes mistakes. As a result, personalized exercises can be offered to facilitate steady improvement, and the level of the glasses’ assistance can be continuously adapted.
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EatEase is revolutionizing the restaurant industry through the power of cutting-edge technologies. Leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Natural Language Processing (NLP), EatEase helps restaurants achieve remarkable advancements across various aspects of their operations. EatEase’s sophisticated algorithms and data-driven insights enable restaurants to enhance sustainability practices, minimize food waste, and optimize operations. Location: […]
Designing a smart battery optimizer to charge your electronics in a controlled and technically optimized way! The mission of Liion Power is to make our future more sustainable, by improving the performance and longevity of lithium-ion batteries by charging them in a smart way. Lithium-ion batteries are in our smartphones, E-bikes and many of our […]
Firefly Quantum is making optical circuits as easy as electonic circuits. In electronics the printed circuit board provides a low-cost, high-performance route to market for custom circuit designs. This essential link between breadboards and integrated circuits is missing for optics. The way optical circuits are built hasn’t significantly changed in 50 years. Students, researchers and […]