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Google is testing an AI-powered app called Project Guideline that aims to help visually impaired and blind people work on their own without a guide dog or human assistant.
The application works by discovering the lines drawn on the ground and directing users with voice signals, according to the Arab Technology Portal.
Project Guideline uses a phone’s camera to track directions and then sends audio signals to the user via headphones using bone conduction technology.
The app – which is still in the prototype stage – was developed during last year’s Google Hackathon when a blind runner asked developers to design a program that would allow it to run independently.
A demo was designed to allow the phone to recognize the line drawn on the ground and to give audio signals.
The Project Guideline app does not require an internet connection to work and can calculate weather conditions.
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