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Widex Enhances Evoke Hearing Aid Performance with Release of Updated Machine Learning Feature

HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK — Hearing aid manufacturer, Widex, has announced the release of its second generation machine learning feature, SoundSense Learn. Users of the company’s Evoke hearing aids will be “able to optimize their personalized sound preferences 25% faster than ever before”. While learning a user’s optimal setting, it now shows users, in real-time, how…

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SoundSense Learn: Machine Learning Revisited and Initial Data Findings

by James W. Martin, Jr, AuD, and Oliver Townend Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be appearing everywhere. For example, BMW and Mercedes are pairing humans with machines to accomplish tasks in the automotive industry that in the past would have been impossible when performed by either in isolation (Daugherty, 2018). This enables flexible human-machine teams…

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Why Artificial Intelligence is Coming to a Hearing Aid (and Audiology Practice) Near You, Part 2

Five-Year Outlook in the Hearing Aid Industry   What will the next five years look like in the hearing aid industry, and how does artificial intelligence (AI) fit into the future of hearing care? There are several factors that will influence the hearing aid industry over the next five years to drive hearing aid prices…

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Why Artificial Intelligence is Coming to a Hearing Aid (and Audiology Practice) Near You

by Dr. Chris Heddon, Resonance Medical Since the early 2010’s, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been grabbing headlines in the popular media—this has not been just hype. There has been tangible value creation in terms of market capitalization, user adoption, and our understanding of machine intelligence by companies like Google, Amazon, and…

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Widex Evoke: The World’s First Machine Learning Hearing Aid

Danish hearing aid maker, Widex, recently announced the launch of the “world’s first machine learning hearing aid” technology: Evoke. According to the company, the new devices will give users the ability to employ real-time machine learning that allows the hearing aid to learn from the user’s input and preferences. Using what Widex calls SoundSense Technology,…

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