While some methods have attempted to address this issue by using signal processing devices or AI to enhance the brain’s natural auditory system, they have not fully succeeded. AAVAA, on the other hand, takes a unique approach. It begins by decoding the user’s brain activity and bio-signals to determine their focus, gaze, or the specific sound they are paying attention to. This information guides the speech enhancement AI algorithms, resulting in an improved desired sound and reduced noise.
AAVAA allows users to directly select the sounds they want to hear, effectively restoring hearing ability to the hearing impaired. It enables hearables to replicate the brain’s ability to focus on a single sound, extending the brain’s natural sound processing capabilities to the device.