VANCOUVER, British Columbia (PRWEB) December 22, 2020
Singular Hearing Inc., a subsidiary of Singular Software and creator of HeardThat, announced today it is participating in the CES 2021 all-digital experience. The creators of HeardThat will be available to discuss the technology behind the app and provide demonstrations January 11-14, 2021 on Singular Hearing’s virtual exhibit .
Noisy environments make it hard for people, especially those with hearing loss, to hold conversations. HeardThat’s software uses AI and machine learning algorithms to separate speech from noise to deliver enhanced voice audio while minimizing background noise. Unlike other hearing assistive apps, HeardThat’s software cleanly separates speech from noise, rather than just filtering sounds.
HeardThat is available for Android and iPhone, free for a limited time, and works by connecting to earphones or hearing aids directly or via Bluetooth. As software, updates are continuously made available to users as they become available.
“We set out to create an easy-to-use product to improve holding conversations in noisy environments like restaurants, shops and patios,” said Singular Hearing CEO Dr. Bruce Sharpe. “Rather than create yet another small wearable for people to bring along, we wanted our solutions to work in conjunction with what people already have - smartphones. We’re very excited to bring HeardThat to CES 2021.”
To schedule a meeting with the HeardThat team at CES, please contact Kim Peterson at Kim.Peterson@kp-communications.com.
For more information on HeardThat, please visit http://www.heardthatapp.com.
About Singular Hearing
Singular Hearing is a subsidiary of Singular Software. Founder and CEO Bruce Sharpe and his team of AI experts have extensive experience in audio technology and a deep passion for finding effective solutions for everyday problems. They leverage machine learning and speech processing to create innovative products that help people live better by hearing better.
Singular Hearing is the creator of HeardThat, an award-winning innovative app that turns smartphones into sophisticated hearing-assistive devices. HeardThat helps those with hearing challenges by delivering clear speech in noisy environments.
HeardThat won the What's Next Innovation Challenge Sponsored by AARP Innovation Labs at the 17th Annual What's Next Longevity Venture Summit and was named the first runner-up in the What’s Next Business Plan Competition at the 17th What’s Next Longevity Venture Summit. For more information, please visit http://www.heardthatapp.com.