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Researchers have developed a wearable interface called EchoSpeech, which recognizes silent speech by tracking lip and mouth movements through acoustic-sensing and AI. The device requires minimal user training and recognizes up to 31 unvocalized commands. The system could be used to give voice to those who are unable to vocalize sound or communicate silently with others.
This shows the device and an arm
Researchers found a way to assess consciousness without external stimulation, using a little-used approach where volunteers squeeze a force sensor with their hand when they breathe in and release it when they breathe out, resulting in more precise and sensitive measurements that may help improve treatment for insomnia and coma reversal.