Google Glass autism app is a real conversation-starter

Among other things, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have difficulty initiating and maintaining conversations. That's why a team of scientists, led by University of Toronto assistant professor Azadeh Kushki, created Holli. It's an app that presently runs on Google Glass, and it tells ASD kids what they should say next... Continue Reading Google Glass autism app is a real conversation-starter Category: Good Thinking Tags: Autism Communications Google Glass University of Toronto Related Articles: Fresh approach to "organ-on-a-chip" tech adds a third dimension, may eventually replace test animals Freshwater stingray found to munch tough food just like a goat New company plans to revolutionize genomic medicine with deep learning New algorithm helps machines learn as quickly as humans

Google Glass autism app is a real conversation-starter

Among other things, children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often have difficulty initiating and maintaining conversations. That's why a team of scientists, led by University of ...

Thu 14 Sep 17 from Gizmag

Google Glass app helps autistic children with social interactions

A prototype software application, to be used with the optical head-mounted display Google Glass, has been designed as a social-skills coach for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Thu 14 Sep 17 from Medical Xpress

Google Glass app helps autistic children with social interactions, Thu 14 Sep 17 from Eurekalert

Google Glass app can tell autistic children what to say  

Researchers at the University of Toronto have developed an app that works with Google Glass and listens to the other person in a conversation and provides the wearer with options of what to ...

Tue 19 Sep 17 from Daily Mail

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