[AI] Check Availibility Of Newpaper Reading Software

Srinivasu Chakravarthula srinivasu at srinivasu.org
Wed Sep 15 09:16:03 EDT 2010


Vinayak:
A few questions:
1. What is the kind of software they are trying to develop and it's purpose?
2. Have the done a research, how their product is going to be helpful?
3. Who would be marketing? I am assuming, once those students complete
their final year, college would be the owner of the product, did you
work out who would continue to develop the project?

I am afraid, there are lot of institutions who claimed similar
projects and we have invested a lot of time in encouraging them but at
the end, the work has been locked in their labs.

I would suggest only take up a project, if you have a real intention
to bring in an innovative product and market to community.

Best,
Srinivasu

On 9/15/10, Vinayak Dhoot <vinayakrdhoot at gmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Friend,
> My friends from Final Year Computer Engineering Are Willing To Design a
> Software For Blind People.
> If we could get some information about related websites of software
> products, It Will Be Helpful To Us.
> waiting for your reply.
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