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Tiny band-aid-like device can monitor heart health, recognise speech

Researchers have developed a tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor that measures vibrations in the human body, allowing them to monitor heart health and recognise spoken words. The stretchable..
DNA

Researchers develop tiny sensor that monitors heart, recognizes speech

US researchers have developed a tiny, soft and wearable acoustic sensor that can measure vibrations in the human body, allows monitoring of human heart health as well as recognize speech. The sensor,..
BGR India

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News video: The Future Is Here: Skin Patch Tracks Health

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It’s the era of technology and soon we may be able to track our health with technology - by wearing a skin patch. The patch looks like a bandage with a a chip attached and it has the ability to..
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Watch what you say in public

A new computer program has been developed that can read a person’s lips with a higher level of accuracy than even the best-trained professional lip-readers.  Scientists at the University of..
DNA

This AI-based lip reader could spell the end of privacy

A new computer program has been developed that can read a person’s lips with a higher level of accuracy than even the best-trained professional lip-readers. Scientists at the University of Oxford,..
DNA

dna Tech Reads: From a day with the Google Pixel XL to Microsoft's speech recognition system

Catch up on the latest and coolest sci-tech news you missed!
DNA

Microsoft builds world's first human-like speech recognition system


newKerala.com Also reported by •OneindiaSify

Microsoft builds new speech recognition system that is as accurate as humans

One day when you instruct Cortana in a state of inebriation to book a cab, it will understand your alcohol-layered lisp and call a cab for you. In what could further thin down the line between human..
BGR India

Microsoft reaches 'human parity' with new speech recognition system

Researchers at Microsoft have announced a ‘major breakthrough’ in speech recognition. The company has created a technology that recognizes the words in a conversation, just as well as a person..
DNA Also reported by •newKerala.comSify

Baidu launches medical assistant chatbot

In an attempt to make medical diagnoses easier and help both patients and doctors, Chinese search engine company Baidu has announced the launch of Melody, a medical assistant chatbot powered by..
DNA

Amazon launches new, cheaper version of Echo Dot for $50

Amazon has released a cheaper version of its Echo Dot device that features a more powerful voice processor. Slashed from US $89 to US $49.99, the next-generation Echo Dot is nearly half the price of..
DNA

New speech technology will let kids control video game

As commercial speech recognition systems are derived largely from adult speech, Disney researchers have developed a new speech technology system that could make playing certain video games or..
BGR India

New speech recognition system makes gaming more fun for kids


newKerala.com

"Co-innovation Key to A Digital India" - IBM

*Business Wire India*IBM (NYSE: IBM) emphasized the significance of ‘Co-innovation’ in building a Digital India, at IBM India Labs Engage 2016, the two day annual innovation summit hosted by IBM in..
Business Wire India

Baidu’s Deep Speech 2 recognition software can write text messages faster than humans: Study

A speech recognition software for smartphones can write text messages three times faster than humans, say computer scientists from Stanford University, Chinese company Baidu and University of..
BGR India Also reported by •newKerala.com

A non-invasive, inexpensive hearing test may help identify infants at risk of autism

a non-invasive, inexpensive hearing test may help identify infants at risk of autism
A non-invasive and inexpensive hearing test may help physicians identify infants with autism risk as researches have discovered that an inner ear deficiency may impact speech recognition ability of..
India.com Health

Hearing test may identify infants with autism risk

New York, July 26 : A non-invasive and inexpensive hearing test may help physicians identify infants with autism risk as researches have discovered that an inner ear deficiency may impact speech..
newKerala.com


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