The Karten Network is delighted to be a partner in the Nuvoic Project, which aims to support easier communication and improved independence for people who have speech difficulties.
The Voiceitt app helps people with impaired speech to communicate using their own voice, and control voice-driven smart speakers or other smart home devices. Users train their chosen phrases and commands and Voiceitt learns to recognize their pronunciation. When it hears a trained prompt, the app speaks the matching phrase and displays it onscreen, or activates the matching command on a smart speaker.
See Voiceitt in action
In the first video, some of our participants demonstrate the different Smart Home controls they’ve been trying out with Voiceitt. In the second, some Voiceitt users in the US and UK demonstrate some of the phrases they’ve added to Voiceitt to help them to communicate.
Our role in the Nuvoic project is to lead on user involvement, through testing and feedback or by donating voice samples to support Voiceitt’s research and development work. Find out how you can get involved!
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 950872. These pages reflect the views of the Karten Network and Voiceitt. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained here.
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