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Researchers have developed the first mobile app to make group conversations possible between deaf people and their hearing peers. The Transcense app "listens" and interprets conversations, providing real-time captioning on mobile devices.

source: RT

Research has shown that robots can produce significant results as an assisting device in both education and medicine. According to Stokes, one study conducted consisted of introducing a Nao into a group of autistic children who previously...

source: Tiger Media Network

Youngsters aren’t the only ones who get the latest high-tech gadgets. Sometime in the next decade or two, homebound retirees could be early adopters of an important new technology: the home-help robot. As robots become safer, smarter, and more capable, robotics companies...

source: MIT Technology Review

A University of Texas at Arlington researcher has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to help develop a network that will lead to improvements for people with disabilities who depend on wheelchair mounted...


It is billed as the first of its kind in New England, a place where disabled athletes will adapt much better to adaptive sports. Chapter 126 Sports and Fitness Center has opened its doors in Bristol, and they have raised the bar for thousands of disabled people in the area....

source: WTIC-TV

Kathryn Webster listens to her computer spit out a rapid-fire stream of numbers and symbols in a metallic voice. To the average person, the computer is speaking robotic gibberish. To Webster, an aspiring mathematician who also happens...

source: Camel City Dispatch


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