HeardThat, AI Noise Solution, Launches Professional Program for Audiologists
Singular Hearing, a subsidiary of Singular Software and creator of HeardThat, announced the launch of its HeardThat Professional Program for the audiologist community. Stemming from conversations with hearing health professionals for additional technology alternatives, this enables audiologists to offer additional value to patients who have difficulty hearing speech in noise.
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Leveraging AI for hearing assistance
HeardThat developers have trained deep learning models on thousands of hours of recordings to learn the difference between speech and noise. This type of AI requires an incredible amount of power to run, so HeardThat offloads the processing power to smartphones—iPhones and Android. The app turns a phone into a remote microphone with powerful noise-handling abilities. It works with listening devices patients already own, like earbuds, headphones, Bluetooth-enabled hearing aids, or cochlear implants. This eliminates the need for another hearing-assistive device.
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For those with and without hearing aids
For patients with hearing aids, the HeardThat app boosts the device’s power to better separate speech from noise. For patients that don’t have or need hearing aids, HeardThat provides an easy, discrete way to follow conversations in noisy places like restaurants, through the use of earbuds, headphones or any over-the-counter hearing device.
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