We live in a fast-paced world where people want to learn digitally through video, in their own time at their own pace. People with disabilities are currently prevented from learning digitally. Our accessible platform uses artificial intelligence and deep learning to create lecture notes, live stream closed captioned classes to students locally and globally, and can stream in interpreters for hearing impaired students.
While classroom capacity on campus is limited, our platform lets you reach an online student community, globally.
As long as there's an internet connection, your learners will have access to your course, no matter where they are.
Our hardware is simple to set up and works seamlessly with your existing technology.
We can help you meet current accessibility schemes and support you to meet future policy to be digitally accessible.
National Research Council of Canada has awarded us a grant under their technology innovation program.
Our nBot will live stream and record the lecture or class in 1080 HD. Built with an intelligent mic that detects the main speaker's voice (instructor or student) and minimises background noise, the video goes through speech-to-text conversion powered by machine learning, to convert audio to text. It recognises 120 languages, automatically transcribes proper nouns and context specific formatting. It also handles noisy audio without requiring additional noise cancellation.
We are collaborating with leading institutional partners across Ontario and North America to create an all-in-one accessibility platform.