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December 17th, 2013

The first AAC software that LEARNS and adapts to its users!

AACORN's website reports this the first AAC software with an artificial intelligence that can learn and adapt to each user's individual needs. The software is designed to predict what the user wants to say and thereby dramatically improve the user's communication speed and fluency. It was also created to engage children and cater to different cognitive abilities. The company created it after three years working with researchers at Murdoch Children's Research Institute.

Learn more at AACORNAPP.COM

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