To some, assistance is a luxury, but for the physically impaired, it becomes a necessity. Newly on the market is MAKO Inc.’s artificial intelligence software, sold at $7.99 per month. MAKO allows you to go about your everyday business on a computer without having to touch the keyboard or mouse. Its voice recognition and text-to-speech software benefits both the physical and visually impaired. Of course, anyone can use the software to make their lives easier and more efficient.
With MAKO, you can check your emails, do research, write a report or tweet, all hands-free. All you have to do is tell the software what to do, like “open email,” “read out loud” or “tweet” (followed by what you would like to tweet).
Assistive devices have been around for a while, but assistive software for disabled learners is a relatively new emergence. MAKO sets a new bar for this sector with its intuitive user interface that is sleek in design. It flaunts an extensive list of features, offered at a reasonable price.