Software helps users practice, improve conversational skills

06/16/2013 | MedicalDaily.com

Developers at the MIT Media Lab have created a virtual speaking coach intended to help users, particularly individuals with high-functioning autism or social anxiety disorders, practice conversations for job interviews, dates and other high-pressure social situations. The program uses a microphone and webcam to record speaking volume and pitch, eye contact, smiles and other cues.

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