AI has built “beautiful” office machines that are designed to help people with disabilities and other complex needs.
The new technology could revolutionize the way we work and make office productivity more efficient.
Recode reports that the new office machine, called the A1, has already been approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for use in “people with disabilities, sensory processing disabilities, and other disabilities.”
It’s not the only machine that can do that.
Google is also working on a machine called the Visio that could help people use their eyes and hearing to help with complex tasks like reading.
And IBM is making a robotic arm for people with dementia.
The U.K. has also been testing the technology, which it calls the IBM A1-100, and the company says that it is now working on more advanced machines that can also help people who are blind.