Wearable AI will "Whisper" to Patients with Brain Injuries

"Wearable Cognitive Assistance" is a platform created by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University that aims to help patients with brain injuries by acting as an assistant for everyday tasks. From remembering a relative's name to shopping downtown, this wearable technology (currently embedded in Google Glass) will decrease dependence on dedicated caregivers while empowering individuals to take on new challenges. 

Source: Engadget

Bytes on Wearable AI: Researchers are relying on "cloudlets" to reduce the latency between mobile devices and cloud computing researches. These are not only essential to the user experience in the example of cognitive assistance, but critical for applications such as military and disaster recovery.