Voice AI can be a powerful tool for improving healthcare access and quality for people around the world, regardless of their location, language, or disability. The Bridge2AI Voice Initiative is a project funded by NIH Common’s Fund that aims to use voice as a health biomarker in clinical care by creating ethical and diverse voice databases to support voice AI research and developing predictive models to help with screening, diagnosis, and treatment of various diseases. On the occasion of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, which is marked annually on the third Thursday of May, the Open Voice Network will host two leading experts on voice disorders research and treatment, who will also share their work with the Bridge2AI Voice Initiative.
Conversational AI can assist in providing personalized and adaptive services for people with various health conditions, and can help with diagnosis, treatment, monitoring, and prevention of diseases, as well as enhancing communication, education, and empowerment for patients and caregivers. We hope you can join use for this special webinar session. The webinar will take place on Thursday, 18 May at 18:00 CET / 12:00 Eastern / 09:00 Pacific.