App and smart keyboard helps disabled people get online
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The founder of ParrotOne knows first hand the difficulties of typing with a mobility impairment. His experiences have helped shape the company’s goal of making the internet accessible to anyone. ParrotOne uses touch sensitive hardware on the keyboard. Moreover, the app is compatible with mobile keypads and most phones’ predictive text systems. Predictions are an important aspect of the ParrotOne approach. The system uses artificial intelligence to learn a user’s habits and frequently used words. The more the system is used, the more fully formed phrases it can offer the user. In today’s connected world, being unable to type as quickly as would be liked is one of the biggest challenges of having a physical disability.
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