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Latitude Episode 9: The App That Gives A Voice To The Voiceless


10 million people in the United States and Europe have a difficulty communicated due to illnesses like ALS, Stroke and other medical conditions. Voiceitt, a Buffalo, NY and Israeli startup, has developed an advanced speech recognition technology currently being beta tested with users impacted with speech impairments.

Voiceitt is a 2015 winner of the 43North competition and this week we chat with Katie Ehlers. Katie is a speech-language consultant at Voiceitt and she talks about the technology powering the app, and the potential Voiceitt has in giving a voice to the voiceless.

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