(Reuters Health) – People wearing hearing aids often struggle to differentiate between speakers in a crowded environment, but a small experiment suggests that brain-controlled assistive hearing devices would be able to detect which voice the user is paying attention to, and enhance it.
‘Smart’ hearing aids would identify speakers in crowded room
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