How AI is going to change the lives of Visually Challenged People?

By Jyoti Nigania |Email | Aug 17, 2018 | 4497 Views

Technology is increasing at the fastest pace and they have become a norm in this era. Artificial Intelligence have proclaimed as perhaps its the next great leap in the human's life. And now this is a good that how the technology is helping to special abilities. Potentially artificial intelligence is going to change the lives of human and the way they are living. Now with the help of artificial intelligence the blind person can look and read what's going around. With the help of "Orcam" the artificial intelligence glasses the blindness can be removed and now they can also recognize the text and even the faces of the people.

Microsoft has launched the new application and it is completely the life changing application which describes everything around us in real time. Seeing artificial intelligence is a Microsoft research project for people with visual impairments. This application narrates the world around you by turning the visual world into an audible experience. Point your phone's camera selects a channel and hears a description. The application recognizes and saves the friends list and it automatically describes the people around you, including their emotions. It reads the text out loud as it comes into view. The application guides you and recognizes the text with its formatting and it also identifies the currency bills and thus this app powered by Microsoft really helps the blind persons. 

This is a drastic move or life changing moment for the challenged community that they can avail the benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Now the visually impaired person can also see the world and enjoy all the colors of their life with the benefits of Artificial Intelligence. This is really a magical application which has changed the lives of many people. Seeing artificial intelligence to read the text and makes sense out of it and identify the headlines and paragraphs which will really help the visually impaired people. Hence, computers can recognize words in a dialog and serves real-time conversion. 

Source: HOB