AT&T to provide connectivity to smart glasses for blind

Thursday 5 January 2017 | 15:29 CET | News
AT&T is providing wireless connectivity to a startup's smart glasses for blind people. The wearers are provided with pieces of information about their surroundings by remote agents who use live videos from cameras incorporated into their glasses. Named Aira, the startup offers a platform that blends wearables, connectivity and Aira's human-assisted artificial intelligence. With the help of AT&T Dynamic Traffic Management, a capability being showcased at CES, Aira can prioritise data traffic. AT&T's platform helps Aira provide a more predictable experience, especially in times of network

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