Software could help people with cerebral palsy communicate

06/5/2009 | BBC

Scottish scientists have developed software to enable children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities to communicate more easily. The software, called "How was school today?" is used with a recording device, sensors and swipe cards to collect information about a child's experiences in school. It also can convert the data into a narrative using technology called natural language-generation technology.

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