[AI] Looking for research participants for a research on emotional need

john clayton nishantrana3 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 02:24:49 EST 2019


Hi Harish,
 Thank you for the interest in the research.
 This research is to ascertain What emotional Needs issues blind and
visually impaired people may have, and to gather whether our proposed
solution would be something they would be interested in and whether or not
in their opinion it would help them.
 I can't go too deeply into it, of course but will be able to share
slightly more at the end of the interview process, but here is what I can
tell you.
 It will be AI based, and help in better communication.
 Its in its infency right now, and it will change depending on the results
of the research.
 As to what brought this study on is the vision of the founder and his
willingness wish to help blind visually impaired people, in ways which no
one has before, and not a profit / income motivation.
 Should you or anyone you know be interested in the research interview
process and willing to help us out, Do get in touch.
Thank you again,

On Tue, 8 Jan 2019 at 10:58, Kotian, H P <hpkotian at rbi.org.in> wrote:

> Hi
> I suppose, when you have taken up research on this topic, you would be
> having some solution in mind. I am wondering what technology solution you
> are contemplating to work to address immotional issues. I am a bit confused
> and would seek clarity in this regards. Would you pl briefly mention
> withouting compromising on your IPR of course, what can be possible
> solutions and what triggered this study.
> Harish.
>
>
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> To: accessindia <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Subject: [AI] Looking for research participants for a research on
> emotional need
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> Hi guys,
>   I am conducting research for the company that I am working for, the
> research will be for the software they are developing, and need your help.
>  They would like to understand the kinds of issues if any or emotional
> needs that we as visually impaired individuals have face, What solutions we
> employ, and whether an alternative would be something you would be
> interested in.
>
>  The research interview shouldn't take very long, and any information
> gathered will just be used for the research purposes or the software design
> and won't be sold or diseminated and the whole 9 yards.
>  I would be truely greatful if you would participate and choose to give me
> a few minutes of your time.
>  I don't have a lot of time to conduct this research though, about a week
> maximum, So if and when you have time, please reach out.
>  If you are interested, you can get in touch with me in the following ways
> skype: jhon.clayton1
> email: nishantrana3 at gmail.com
> or on my mobile
> Thanks
> P.S. this research isn't accessibility related, it seaks to deal with
> emotional needs and or issues. you don't have to have any expertees to take
> part, anybody can participate.
>
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