Nov. 19, 2023, 8:49 p.m. | Niharika Singh


Researchers from the University of Washington and Microsoft have introduced a cutting-edge concept: noise-canceling headphones with semantic hearing capabilities driven by advanced machine learning algorithms. This innovation empowers wearers to cherry-pick the sounds they wish to hear while eliminating all other auditory distractions. The team elaborated on the central hurdle that propelled their innovative endeavor. […]

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