AI-powered app helps users find confidence with public speaking

AI-powered app helps users find confidence with public speaking

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Philadelphia-based startup Orai has launched its app that strives to educate users about how to be a successful and confident public speaker. Users can record themselves speaking, and the app uses artificial intelligence to analyze the speech clarity, energy and pace, and recognizes filler words such as ‘so,’ ‘basically,’ and ‘like.’ It boosts users’ confidence by using positive reinforcement and encouraging them to keep going. The app also provides easy-to-use tips to help users instantly improve; for example, in order to increase credibility and decrease the use of filler words, the app suggests to speak slower because people tend to use filler words when their brain needs to catch up with their mouth.

Orai tracks a user’s progress and encourages them to make regular recordings, replay old recordings, receive trophies and complete challenges. Currently only available on iOS, the company is also working on technology which will help analyze user’s hand gestures, facial expressions and other non-verbal gestures.

Services with the power to assist the users to better themselves are consistently popular, with beauty classes that help women prepare for job interviews and an app that boosts learner drivers’ knowledge of the road being just two examples covered by Springwise. What kind of self-improvement app would you be interested in trying?


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Spotted by Murray Orange, written by Springwise.
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