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How AI-Powered Hearing Aids Can Improve Your Hearing

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You've probably heard of Artificial Intelligence, but did you know that AI-powered best hearing aids can help you personalize your hearing?

Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is used for a variety of purposes. It can range from simple AI that recommends your next Netflix movie to complex Machine Learning AI that can predict future outcomes based on what humans have taught it.

AI-powered hearing aids can be trained.

Yes, AI can be intimidating when you consider how well it predicts cancer (more on that below). And a lot of the AI we're surrounded by today is completely automated, so we don't have to think about it. However, there are AI systems that you can easily train so that the AI learns. That includes your hearing aids - find out more in the video below.

AI was coined in the 1950s, and it is now found in every home. That's because AI simplifies our lives in a variety of ways. For example, it may be used to make recommendations for your next vacation, movie, or purchase... you name it.

AI is essentially when a system or a machine is trained by humans to perform a task that a human would be capable of performing. For example, using a map to find the shortest route.

AI can predict outcomes with enough training.

Machine Learning, a more advanced AI system, can predict outcomes based on what humans have taught it. Although there is no way to be certain that the outcome is 100% accurate, a study that used Computer Assisted Diagnosis to predict cancer found that the AI system was able to predict 52% of cancers a year before humans diagnosed them. When humans have that kind of information so far ahead of time, it aids in treatment.

So, AI can help improve our lives in a variety of ways, including improving hearing in the moment through hearing aids and apps. However, even if AI appears to be smarter than humans at times, keep in mind that the system was trained by humans, and it will always require humans to provide input, keep it updated, and set the success criteria.

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