November 3, 2014
Promising technology coming from Israeli startup Voiceitt.
Chosen by Wall Street Journal global technology conference as an audience favorite application.
This technology will help the disabled who have trouble speaking to effectively communciate with others.
The application translates sounds and intonation patterns into words that can be understood.
Victims of Stroke, Parkinsons, ALS, Cerebral Palsy, and Autism may benefit from this.
The founder of the technology himself has two siblings with Cerebral Palsy and he is driven to personally address their challenges.
Application is expected to be released 2nd quarter 2015.
To me, it is especially encouraging when we use technology to help the disabled live a fuller and more comfortable life.
Life is tough enough on people the way it is already, so if we can help make things better for those who are disadvantaged in any way, what a great, great thing to do! ;-)