By AAVAA│November 2023 AAVAA, the cutting-edge assistive tech company, proudly showcased its innovative spirit at the LG Nova Innovation Festival, making a lasting impression and clinching the second-place title at the LG webOS Hackathon event. The LG Nova Innovation Festival, held in the heart of San Francisco, provided a dynamic platform for tech [...]
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By Naeem KomeilipoorAT Today│November 2023 Naeem Komeilipoor, CTO of AAVAA, discusses how brain-computer interface assistive devices are working to overcome the limitations of current assistive products, and how these devices enable users with motor impairments to operate devices without difficult physical or spoken commands. In a world that celebrates technological innovation [...]
“Benefits of Contactless Devices in the Workplace” published in The Hearing Review, authored by Naeem Komeilipoor, Founder and CTO at AAVAA
By Naeem Komeilipoor The Hearing Review│Montreal, October 2023 In today’s rapidly advancing technological landscape, contactless devices have emerged as a viable solution to address challenges in the workplace faced by both the occupational health industry and individuals who are hard of hearing. AAVAA, which develops brain-computer interface (BCI) technology for accessibility, hearing technology, [...]
By Dr. Isaac Sacolick InfoWorld│Montreal, September 2023 The first computer vision use cases in the 1950s analyzed typed versus handwritten text. Early commercial applications focused on single images, including optical character recognition, image segmentation, and object detection. Pioneering work on facial recognition began in the 1960s, and big tech companies began launching [...]
With the ability to track facial gestures, this headset gives the appearance of being able to read a user’s mind
By Mitchell Consky CTVNews.ca│Toronto, September 2023 With technological advancements in voice command programs, such as Amazon’s Alexa, Google Assistant and Apple Siri, it’s become a new normal for people to speak into their devices to operate their home appliances and gadgets. But a Canadian technology start-up is working on remoting devices without [...]
By Dr. Milena Korostenskaja The Institute of Neuroapproaches LLC│Montreal, September 2023 Join us, as Dr. Milena Korostenskaja interviews AAVAA’s founder and CTO, Naeem Komeilipoor, on a new episode for “Neurocareers: Doing the Impossible” and learn about the importance of new technologies developed by neuroscientists. Listen to the conversation below, or listen the [...]
English will follow By Félix Côté InfoBref.com│Monreal, September 12, 2023 · La plupart des appareils électroniques sont conçus pour être contrôlés par les mains. Or, ce mode de contrôle est mal adapté à certaines situations et certains usages. Et il est inaccessible à certaines personnes en situation de handicap. · La jeune [...]
By AAVAA│September 12, 2023 The software uses intentional movements, such as blinks and clicks of a tongue, to control devices, transforming everyday life for those with mobility, speech and hearing impairments. Today marks a significant milestone in the world of accessibility technology as AAVAA, a leading innovator in brain-computer interface (BCI) technology unveils its [...]
By AAVAA│Montreal, October 2023 AAVAA, a leading innovator in brain-computer interface for accessibility and hearing technology and AR/VR solutions, is thrilled to announce, in conjunction with the Minister of Innovation, its receipt of a grant from the Government of Canada. This funding, provided through the Accessible Technology Program (ATP), will support AAVAA's ongoing [...]
Premiering on March 28, 2023, on "This Week in Hearing's Podcast" hosted by Dave Kemp, our Founder and CTO, Naeem Komeilipoor, reveals the inspiration behind AAVAA and how he came up with the idea. He shares that his grandparents' struggle with hearing impairment motivated him, and he emphasizes that the long-standing challenge known as the [...]