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RAPAEL Cognition | NEOFECT

NEOFECT YouTube Channel – 11.6.18 (11.4.18)

 

Cognitive function refers to a capability to adapt to an environment by comprehending, judging, and making a decision in everyday life. Damages to the cognitive functions hinders rehabilitation, and promoting brain plasticity is the key element to the rehabilitation. Cognitive rehabilitation have its utmost interest on relearning and retraining.

Source: RAPAEL Cognition | NEOFECT

New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0

Microsoft Blogs – 11.4.18 (10.31.18)

Skype is designed to keep you connected to the people who matter the most and help you do the work you need to do. We take your feedback very seriously and are grateful to our active accessibility community who point us to areas of improvement to live up to our vision. Building on the work we announced earlier this year, we’ve been listening to your feedback and have continued to work to make the latest version of Skype (version 8.0) even more accessible.

Read more: New accessibility improvements in Skype 8.0

A Smarter Solution for Independent Living: Alarm.com Wellness

Alarm.com YouTube Channel – 8.15.18

Our smart Wellness solution keeps your loved ones safer without compromising their independence. Powered by Alarm.com’s smart home security technology, Wellness gives you automated safeguards throughout your loved one’s home, instant alerts about sudden activity changes, and a direct line to emergency assistance, 24/7.

Source: A Smarter Solution for Independent Living: Alarm.com Wellness

AT&T Technology Helps Visually Impaired Read Through New Chloe Feature of Aira Glasses

AT&T YouTube Channel – 3.6.18

Learn about the new Chloe feature of the Aira glasses, which helps the visually impaired read content by using artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and algorithms to read content.

Source: AT&T Technology Helps Visually Impaired Read Through New Chloe Feature of Aira Glasses

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