RIT hosts third annual Effective Access Technology Conference – RIT News

Maria Shoaib, a computer science graduate student from Pakistan, believes the project she’s been working on with her team in RIT’s Machine Intelligence Lab will increase mobility for those with restricted hand movements and allow them the freedom to move about independently. It’s an effective access wheelchair fitted with multiple sensors that accepts voice commands, recognizes objects and navigates through crowded hallways.

Source: RIT hosts third annual Effective Access Technology Conference – RIT News

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