Today, thanks to technological advances, many disadvantaged and disabled individuals are able to use technology to make their lives easier and more livable. One promising area is speech recognition. This technology is at the heart of personal voice assistants like Siri, Amazon Echo, and Google, that we’ve become accustomed to using either on our smartphones or through a smart speaker in our home.Read more
As a general rule, freelancers who have their own website get more jobs. The reason for this is simply that potential employers can get an idea of the services available, without much effort or the need for follow-up questions, and when interested can easily make contact.
Freelancers rely on always being able to find new projects and jobs to survive self-employment. To facilitate this, it’s initially important to be able to be found, demonstrate presence and in some way advertise yourself. Because freelancers today receive many or even most of their assignments via the internet, a website for a freelancer is more than a chance to just present yourself. It is the best business card you can create.Read more
Acquiring new customers is expensive — this is why nurturing existing customers and investing sufficient resources in customer loyalty is all the more important. This can be achieved in many ways — from tried-and-tested discount and cashback promotions to the use of innovative technologies such as artificial intelligence.Read more
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been around for decades. However, we didn’t reap its true benefits until recently. With chatbots, voice bots, and more, AI is now a force to be reckoned with.
When we think of AI-based voice systems, we think of voice-based assistants Alexa and Siri. These voice assistants engage in Internet searches, switch lights on and off, play music at our homes and just make life a little easier. However, speech recognition isn’t the same as voice biometrics.Read more
Developing the Model
In order to find research participants, it is important that you develop a clear picture of what you want to get out of the research and what type of population you are addressing with the research results. Coming up with a list of clarifying questions would be helpful both to you and potential participants. Defining attributes such as race, age, education, and employment can help narrow the search. Research specific elements such as life experience, military service, trauma, certain illnesses or injuries and parental style will ensure you pinpoint the people that would most benefit your research.Read more