[AI] A question for Visually Impaired People

Simran Chawla simranchawla1803 at gmail.com
Wed Jan 16 03:52:45 EST 2019


Hey Aravind
yes, this software is different.

see, if you know proper english with correct grammar, you can speak
the whole sentence and normal software can convert it into text for
you. but, if in case you don't know proper english, the way, you'll
speak, it will convert as it is. it will not correct your grammar and
form a correct sentence for you.
for example,
you say: "I have dinner", it will write the text as it is
but, our software can understand your broken or unclear english and
can form a proper correct sentence with correct grammar as you saw in
the story example I sent in my last mail.

let me know if it is still not clear. we can have a telephonic
conversation, and I can explain that to you.

Best Regards
Simran Chawla

On 16/01/2019, Aravind R <aravind.andhrabank at gmail.com> wrote:
> i have one doubt. already we have voice to text softwares in both PC
> and mobiles. in what way, this software will differ and efficient?
>
> On 1/16/19, Simran Chawla <simranchawla1803 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey Access Indians
>> Hope you are all doing fine!
>>
>> I have a question for you guys. it will be really great if you can
>> give honest answer to that question.
>>
>> the company I am working with, is planning to develop a software. I'll
>> brief you about it with an example.
>>
>> okay, so let's say, there's a person: XYZ who feels lonely or
>> depressed or isolated and needs a companion to share his things with.
>> the people who like writing and those who are good at writing, can
>> easily pen down their feelings. but the people like person XYZ are
>> unable to express their thoughts on a paper, need someone to talk to,
>> someone who can listen to them.
>> let's say person XYZ is an english learner and knows just basic
>> english. with the help of this software, he can write a whole letter.
>> amazed? let me explain you how.
>>
>> Story:
>> Person XYZ is an Indian and knows just basic english. he opens that
>> Avatar and starts talking to it about dinner
>> Avatar: "Hey XYZ! how are you?"
>> Person XYZ: "good"
>> Avatar: "so, what are you doing?"
>> XYZ: "dinner"
>> Avatar: "Finished your dinner? or still having?"
>> XYZ: "finish"
>> Avatar: "that's good. what did you have in dinner today?"
>> XYZ: "Chicken"
>> Avatar: "so, how was it?"
>> XYZ: "very tasty"
>> Avatar: "great, tasty food actually freshens up our mood. hope it did
>> for you as well"
>> XYZ: "yes"
>> After this conversation, that avatar can generate a letter of that
>> conversation. like:
>> hey, I'm feeling good today. hope you are fine too. I just finished my
>> dinner. I had Chicken today. it was very tasty. my mood freshened up
>> because of it.
>>
>> XYZ sends this letter to one of foreigner strangers named: ABC. Person
>> ABC is a Japanese and he too knows just basic english. he reads that
>> letter and replies with the help of that avatar only.
>> so, basically they are able to exchange letters very easily. if we
>> have to write a mail to someone, we need to type out the whole thing
>> on our own but with the help of this software writing becomes so easy.
>>
>>
>> the advantages of this software are:
>> *you can talk to any person in this world without any communication
>> barrier
>> *you can exchange cultural ideas with foreigners
>> *you can know people's stories across the world
>> *even when, you don't know proper english, you can write a perfect letter
>> *you can make many friends
>> and many more such advantages
>>
>> so, my main question to you is, if you receive a letter from a
>> foreigner stranger, would you like to read that and will you reply to
>> that letter? can this software help you in anyway? can this lessen
>> people's loneliness/depression? do you like the idea of this software?
>> it will be really nice if you can give an honest answer to the above
>> questions.
>>
>> waiting for your reply.
>> hoping to hear from you and get a valuable feedback.
>>
>> thanks in advance
>>
>> Best Regards
>> Simran Chawla
>>
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