Google Nest donates 100,000 Home Mini speakers for those with paralysis

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Moupiya Dutta
Moupiya Dutta
She finds it interesting to learn and analyze society. she keeps herself updated, emphasizing technology, social media, and science. She loves to pen down her thoughts, interested in music, art, and exploration around the globe.

Voice commands do make works much more comfortable, and as technology is improving, voice interaction is also becoming much more accurate. It is a fit for most connected smart home appliances. Smart assistant integrated with voice commands makes a potent tool. To help with assistive technology, Google is donating 100,000 Home Mini speakers for those with paralysis.

Google’s tagline – “A little help at home” is offered with Google Home Mini for Paralysis patients to help users feel more independent. Google, in partnership with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, will try to improve the individual’s life with assistive technology.

The Google Home Mini makes life easier. From the time you wake up until going to bed, you can get things done with the power of your voice. Get the latest news, set reminders, find out the weather, and play your favorite music or audiobook. Plus a whole lot more. – Google

This powerful initiative coincidentally merges with the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that prohibits public discrimination of people with disability. People with disability can claim the usually $49 Google Assistant smart speaker for free. You can apply for once with the offer available only in the US.

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