“I’m Sorry, What?”

This is a common saying. They’re talking to you. You know they’re talking. Sometimes being in a group conversation can put a damper on your night out. Everyone’s laughing and having a great time. There’s background noise at the restaurant and you’re trying to listen to your friends. There is now technology that can minimize the background noises but you’re not catching every word your friends are saying. You can read one persons lip but another person on the other side of the table is saying something and guess what? You miss it.

There are apps out there that can translate speech-to-text on your phone but most of it requires that your friends having to download that same app. They’re wondering why and you have to explain it to them. Another way to put a damper on your night, right? Our lives are always about explaining silly stuff that normal people don’t have to deal with. Cheers?

Sometimes we throw the cards, just laugh when everyone is laughing and nod when everyone is nodding. Secretly, we have no clue what’s going on.

But! Have you heard of this new and upcoming technology called SpeakSee? You guys really should check it out. SpeakSee

They are coming out with a technology that will help you follow conversations in groups. A device with a microphone each person would wear that will transcribe speech-to-text directly to your phone. Also, for Bluetooth compatible hearing aids or cochlear implants, the technology will stream audio directly to it minimizing background noises. It’s really cool, interesting stuff. Follow their Instagram. Go visit their website. Sign up for their newsletter.

Imagine being able to enjoy dinner with your family at home or even in your favorite restaurant that is extremely loud without having a headache. Now, I can cheers to that!

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