- Then you repeat the process, taking the objects away, so the app recognizes the difference.
- EyeSense , an iPad app developed in Egypt, has the ability to “learn” objects in its environment, having been trained by its users.
- A visually-impaired person can then point their device in the direction of an unknown object, and a voice will say that the app recognizes it.
- “The key strength of the app is that it also recognizes basic facial expressions, like winks or smiles.
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The apps can even be trained by users to distinguish between different sets of keys.
Artificial Intelligence Is Helping The Blind To Recognize Objects