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Volume - 6 | Issue - 1 | march 2024

AI-based Voice E-Mail System for Visually Impaired
N. P. Shangara Narayanee  , M. Nathiya, V. Preethi Vihashini, G. Veeramani
Pages: 14-27
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Narayanee, N. P. S., Nathiya, M., Vihashini, V. P. & Veeramani, G. (2024). AI-based Voice E-Mail System for Visually Impaired. Journal of Ubiquitous Computing and Communication Technologies, 6(1), 14-27. doi:10.36548/jucct.2024.1.002
Published
19 February, 2024
Abstract

Electronic communication tools, such as email are visual in nature, and accessing as well as using them might be difficult for visually impaired people. This research present an email communication system designed to beeasy to use and accessible, aiding individuals in overcoming obstacles associated with visual impairment The suggested method transforms the text-based email communications into speech using natural language processing algorithms, in order to makes it simpler for those with visual impairments to understand and reply to the emails received. Additionally, the system incorporates the speech-to-text technology, enabling users to dictate and send emails using their voice. To assist users, write emails that are more accurate and readable, the system may also be set up to offer recommendations and edits to them while they are writing them. Over time, the system can offer more precise and pertinent recommendations by using machine learning algorithms to learn from user interactions. The proposed study involves an in-depth review of existing methods designed to assist the visually impaired. Additionally, the study introduces a suggested method aimed at enhancing email communication for individuals with visual impairments.

Keywords

Voice E-mail Voice System AI Visually Impaired AI Tool E-mail Impaired System Voice Recognition

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