A new European consortium is setting out to commercialize an innovative, cloud-based, digital system that delivers at-home, early screening for speech-language disorders. The new consortium plans on fighting communication disorders and the growing low literacy in Europe and the rest of the world.
1 in 8 children suffer from a speech-language disorder, posing personal, social, academic and employment challenges. By means of an innovative cloud-based Artificial Intelligence system, parents can playfully measure the progress of their children in the comfort of their home, detect delays and and support them as early as 2 years old.
The members of the consortium are: AmplioSpeech (Israel) – revolutionary technology provider, Gemeenschappelijke Gezondheidsdienst GGD Zeeland (Netherlands) – Municipal youth health service, Hanzehogeschool Groningen (Netherlands) – Leading university in speech-language pathology, K8 Institut Für Strategische Ästhetik (Germany) – Innovative think-tank in the fields of engagement, and Tiltan (Israel) – School of visual design, gaming and communication תילתן – המכללה לעיצוב ולתקשורת חזותית.