Thursday, 3 December 2015

Gabriel computer system offers a guiding voice to users

If you ever wished you had an angel at your shoulder to give tips on how to carry out a difficult job, a digital version may not be that far off. A team of scientists at Carnegie Mellon University are working on a wearable cognitive assistance computer system named after the angel Gabriel that observes what a person is doing, provides prompts to help in completing tasks in real time, and avoids being a pest when not needed.

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Section: Wearable Electronics

Carnegie Mellon
Artificial Intelligence

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