Cognitive Technology on a Mobile Platform

Posted in Conferences, Companies, Science, Mobile on December 08, 2008

Mobile devices have great potential to increase independence for people with cognitive disabilities. Besides basic communication, which is itself very important, key features include location awareness, which can be used to help with public transportation, and remote management, which allows a caregiver to manage content, such as schedule information, on a user's device. A recent projects course at the University of Colorado developed promising prototypes on the Android platform, and suggested useful platform enhancements, especially relating to speech technology.

Speaker: Clayton Lewis

Google Tech Talks
May, 27 2008

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