Improving impaired speech for a more inclusive society
Speech impairments may range from mild to severe and refer to an impaired ability to produce speech sounds. People with speech and motor disabilities, as well as elderly with non-standard speech patterns, struggle daily to communicate with people around them. Advances in assistive technologies can help them and pave the way for a more inclusive society. The EU-funded NUVOIC project will deliver to the market a novel core speech recognition technology designed to improve impaired speech. With product launches slated for 2022 and 2023, the project will provide affected individuals an effective means to communicate with the people around them, as well as access to the benefits of mainstream voice-driven devices and technologies.
Field of science
- /humanities/languages and literature/linguistics/phonetics
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