Microsoft updated its Seeing AI app for iOS with support for five more languages including Dutch, French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. The app uses AI to narrate the world to the visually impaired.
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Seeing AI is a Microsoft app that narrates the world for blind users, using their smartphone cameras. Today, it has been updated to include a couple of nifty new features and native iPad support.
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Microsoft has released Seeing AI, an app that can recognize people and how they feel, read hand-written documents and describe an entire scene. The app is available for free on iOS but only in the US.
One of the most remarkable moments in today's Build keynote was when Microsoft showed off 'Seeing AI', an app co-developed by a blind software engineer, which can 'see' the world for him.