Join us for an evening of lightning talks, hardware products showcase, mentoring and networking! Hadeel Ayoub will be telling us more about "smart gloves" at this month's London Arduino
“Smart glove”: Glove using machine learning methods that translates in real-time sign language from hand gestures to text and speech.
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Hadeel Ayoub is a student at Goldsmiths College doing a PhD in the department of Arts & Computational Technology. Hadeel's research focuses on developing assistive technology pieces to disrupt the healthcare innovation industry. Her studies engage speech disabled participants and children with non-verbal autism. Her goal is to design multiple wearable technology tools to help sign language users with their daily communication. Hadeel's BrightSign Glove innovation gained global awards in Innovation and Artificial Intelligence.