A new smartphone-transcription service, devised in Germany by two social entrepreneurs, enables deaf and hard-of-hearing people to communicate without sign language or live interpreters.
The live-subtitling system will use voice-to-text solutions to create voice-maps to transcribe dialogue in classrooms, schools and doctors’ offices.
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