UMKC Students Develop App that Helps Visually Impaired People See What is Around Them

Fox4KC reported on a group of UMKC Ph.D. candidates who developed technology that could make life easier for people who are blind or have visual impairments
The app is called the DeepLens project and would use an iPhone app and glasses to narrate a scene in real time. The technology developed by Gharib Gharibi and his partners is a form of artificial intelligence called deep learning. More

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Published: Mar 15, 2019

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