Cognitive hearing aid filters out the noise

16:49 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Science Daily

Brain activity to determine whether a subject is conversing with a specific speaker would be very useful for the hearing impaired. Using deep neural network models, researchers have made a breakthrough in auditory attention decoding methods and are coming closer to making cognitively controlled hearing aids a reality.

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