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AI-powered MYdys app from FACIL’iti helps people with disabilities live more independently

FACIL’iti is a French tech company that develops accessibility tools for people with cognitive, visual, and motor challenges. Their flagship product is a browser extension that allows users to customize the appearance of websites to make them more accessible. In January 2023, FACIL’iti launched the MYDYS app, which is a dyslexia-focused tool that allows users to take a photo of any text and configure the reading environment to suit their needs.

The MYDYS app uses optical character recognition (OCR) technology to convert the image into text, and then uses artificial intelligence to apply various filters and customizations to make the text more readable for people with dyslexia. For example, the app can change the font, font size, line spacing, and color of the text, as well as highlight certain letters or words.

The MYDYS app was well-received at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas in January 2023, and won an Innovation Award. FACIL’iti is confident that the app will be a game-changer for millions of people with dyslexia.

The article also discusses the potential for FACIL’iti to develop new products and features in the future, such as connected glasses, virtual reality, and solutions for people on the autism spectrum.

Overall, the article is a positive and upbeat piece about FACIL’iti and its work to develop accessibility tools for people with disabilities. It highlights the MYDYS app as a particularly innovative and promising product.

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Read the original article here: With Its New MYDYS App, FACIL’iti Shows AI Is More Than Mere Chatbots—It’s Accessibility Too (

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