Under the National Advanced Mobility Consortium, Cybernet is leveraging artificial intelligence to develop both an untagged gesture recognition interface and a voice recognition system to support human computer interaction for Army soldiers.

“Whether the soldier is outdoors or in a combat vehicle, the environment for using hand gestures and voice commands is a complex, cluttered, and noisy environment.,” said Charles J. Cohen, Cybernet’s Chief Technology Officer. “Techniques for human-computer interaction that work fine in the laboratory or even a home environment will not work in the battlefield. Our goal to leverage advanced machine vision and artificial intelligence techniques to allow for accurate and robust human-computer interaction in operational environments.”

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