Google’s Project Euphonia helps individuals with impaired speech use voice-activated tech
Google’s Project Euphonia is always looking for individuals with developmental disabilities to help their software improve how speech recognition systems recognize impaired speech. The project is designed to refine the speech recognition algorithms that drive devices like Google Home, Alexa, and other voice-activated technologies by introducing atypical speech patterns from individuals with disabilities.
Click here for more information. Clicking on the “Record phrases” button in the upper righthand corner will bring you to the application an individual would need to fill out before participating in the project.