Microsoft's new Artificial intelligence app for the blind available on iPhone
Microsoft has released a new artificial intelligence app for the blind on iPhone.
The app can read text from signs and documents aloud, describe people and their emotions, identify currency values, and narrate the activity taking place in front of the user, among other features.
The app is called Seeing AI and is designed specially for the blind. It was first previewed at a Microsoft conference last year, but was not available publicly until now.
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