Whispp to Demo AI-Powered Speech Tech at CES 2023

Whispp to Demo AI-Powered Speech Tech at CES 2023

Whispp is set to demo its technology and smart speech amplifier app at CES 2023.

Whispp LogoWhispp’s AI-powered speech technology has the ability to aid the more than 500,000 people in the U.S. who have severe issues with voice disorders or stuttering, according to the company.

Whispp’s speech technology on smartphones and computers converts whispered speech and vocal cord-impaired speech into a person’s natural voice in real-time, with the intonation and emotion the speaker intends. The Whispp mobile app enables users to make themselves heard with their smartphone, everywhere and in every conversation—even with background noise.

Watch the video below to learn more about Whispp.

Users maintain their freedom of movement because their conversational partner(s) hear them via wireless earbuds or a wireless speaker. The technology also works for (non-patient) consumers who want or need to speak quietly on a phone or video conference and want to keep their conversation private or not disturb others around them.

“Voice disorders are invisible and are a sometimes overlooked disability that can have a significant impact on a person’s life and happiness,” said founder and CEO Joris Castermans. “Our proprietary AI-powered speech technology will help make millions of people more comfortable and confident, and create a society that is more inclusive for people who deal with speech issues.”

Whispp is interested in meeting press, potential investors, speech therapists, language pathologists, ENT doctors, U.S. patient organizations related to speech disorders, resellers, and distributors of assistive technology and governmental organizations related to disabilities, inclusion, and diversity.

Whispp can be see at CES 2023 at the Venetian in Eureka Park, Hall G, Booth 62100.

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