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For people who can’t speak out loud due to illness or injury, AlterEgo might return their ability to communicate in real time.
In the first live public demo of his new technology, TED Fellow Arnav Kapur introduces AlterEgo.
Pattie Maes and other experts talk to the Harvard Business Review about applications for wearable artificial intelligence agents.
At the TED conference last week, MIT Media Lab’s Arnav Kapur showed that we might be one step closer to becoming cyborgs.
Congratulations to the winners and finalists of the 2018 World Technology Awards, including Arnav Kapur, M. Ehsan Hoque, and Affectiva.
Arnav Kapur’s AlterEgo lets him communicate, switch TV channels, and more by talking silently to himself.
MIT's AlterEgo can't read your thoughts, but it can reliably tell what words you're saying inside your head.
60 Minutes goes inside the MIT Media Lab.
It's like having Siri listen to your internal commands.
A personalized wearable silent speech interface
Electrodes on the face and jaw pick up otherwise undetectable neuromuscular signals triggered by internal verbalizations.