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Google Assistant Feature for Physically Disabled

Google assistant has come a long way since it was introduced many years ago and has been helping a lot of people on the daily, making their lives a whole lot easier which includes using your phone without even having to pick it up, search for information using your voice alone while you are driving or doing some work, controlling smart devices in your home, etc. Google assistant is one of the most popular and intelligent AI’s in the world that millions of people use.

With the advancement of technology, we are able to health the disabled gain more control over their lives and make their lives a bit easier with the help of gadgets. Google has made strides in making the Google assistant more accessible to people who have disabilities. People with disabilities have a very hard life and are sometimes unable to use the conventional touch screen of a smartphone or even speak to give instructions to the Google assistant. Now Google has introduced new features which will help disabled people control their smartphone using eye tracking which will help people who cannot speak properly or use the touch screen.

This will open new windows for people who are physically disabled because they will be able to send text messages, make phone calls or watch videos and movies on their smart devices without the help of another person and that disability will no longer stop them from accessing a major part of their life. Now people with disabilities will also be able to take full advantage of the capabilities of Google assistant which includes turning controlling all the smart devices installed in their home using their vision alone

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