Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Related Posts Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals News Share A film tells a heart-warming story of the relationship between a mother and daughter, and how Bixby Voice Assistant helps transform their lives despite an adversitySamsung India has launched a digital campaign showcasing the capabilities of its digital voice assistant – Bixby through a powerful narrative that strikes a chord with viewers. The film is inspired by the life of a Motor Neuron Disease (MND)/ALS patient Sonal (name changed) who agreed to let Samsung work on a pilot project to help preserve her voice forever for her daughter.The campaign shows a loving mother who is diagnosed with Motor Neuron Disease (MND)/ALS and is losing her voice and ability to move, and how Samsung customises its AI enabled Bixby technology to keep her voice alive on a Samsung smartphone so that her loved ones can continue to hear her voice.For this project, Samsung Research Institute, Bangalore (SRI-B) worked with a company which specialises in core speech technologies. The company recorded an independent voice, and using TTS (Text To Speech) technology tested that voice for compatibility on Android OS (Samsung Smartphone). Testing on Tizen OS (Refrigerator, Television) is under progress. This phase led to the discovery of Asha Ek Hope Foundation, the first registered NGO for MND/ALS in India. It is a non-profit organisation supporting people with motor neuron disease (MND) and their families. It’s striving to infuse hope and positivity in their life, which will empower them to overcome the illness.“At Samsung, we are focused on transforming people’s lives with innovative technologies. The endeavour is to solve real-life problems of consumers through meaningful innovations. This film depicts how Samsung can make the seemingly impossible, possible by using its AI voice assistant, Bixby to preserve the voice of a mother who is diagnosed with MND,” said Ranjivjit Singh, Chief Marketing Officer, Samsung India.“Samsung, the leader in innovations, is always looking for ways to help people do the impossible. We are developing the first ever personalised AI voice assistant – Bixby to help people affected by Motor Neuron Disease leave their voices for their loved ones before they lose it. Cheil team set out to present a simple yet moving film showcasing the endless possibilities that Bixby can bring to the family coping with this unfortunate condition,” added, Josh Seokjin, Sr Art Director & Alberto Rodriguez, Sr Copywriter, Cheil HQ Global Creative Division. Samsung India campaign showcases capabilities of its digital voice assistant By EH News Bureau on September 26, 2018 Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Read Article
The latest buzz in the European transfer market is that Liverpool star Mohamed Salah has apparently rejected a move to Real Madrid citing a rather surprising reason.The reason, according to reports, is that he does not want to be a teammate of Sergio Ramos.According to a report, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez wanted to bring a world-class footballer like Mohamed Salah to his club.However, he had rejected the offer by stating that he would not like to be the teammate of Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos.For the uninitiated, both Ramos and Salah have a bit of history. This is from the 2017-18 UEFA Champions League final. Notably, the Liverpool forward has not yet forgiven Ramos for the injury the latter caused him in the final.Ramos had tugged at Salah’s left arm during a tackle and brought him down which caused Salah to leave the ground in some visible pain.Madrid eventually went on to win the game 3-1 and Liverpool missed Salah on the field. Liverpool waited for one entire year to be crowned as the UEFA Champions League winner.It seems like the Egyptian forward has still not forgotten or forgiven Ramos.
Two-time runners-up Nigeria will confront Ukraine, the United States of America and Qatar in the group phase of the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup finals in Poland. The four countries have been drawn in Group D of the championship unfolding in seven cities in Poland 23rd May – 15th June.Today’s draw ceremony inside the Gdynia Sports Arena in Gdynia slotted host nation Poland into Group A alongside Colombia, Tahiti, and Senegal, while African champions Mali will take on France, Panama and Saudi Arabia in Group E.Group B has Mexico, Italy, Japan and Ecuador, and Honduras, New Zealand, Uruguay and Norway will make up Group C. Group F is composed of another African flag-bearer South Africa, Argentina, Portugal and Korea Republic.Nigeria finished as runners-up at the FIFA U20 World Cup in 1989 (lost to Portugal in the final in Saudi Arabia) and in 2005 (lost to Argentina in The Netherlands), and won the bronze medals in the old Soviet Union in 1985 (when the Flying Eagles defeated the host nation on penalties in the third place match).The Flying Eagles defeated USA in the semi finals of the 1989 finals in Saudi Arabia, when two goals by Mutiu Adepoju settled the encounter and took Nigeria to a first-ever final.Another of Nigeria’s Group D opponents, Qatar, shocked the world in 1981, when the country reached the final of the competition in Australia, only to lose to then West Germany.GROUP A: Poland, Colombia, Tahiti, SenegalGROUP B: Mexico, Italy, Japan, EcuadorGROUP C: Honduras, New Zealand, Uruguay, NorwayGROUP D: Qatar, Nigeria, Ukraine, USAGROUP E: Panama, Mali, France, Saudi ArabiaGROUP F: Portugal, Korea Republic, Argentina, South Africa RelatedFIFA U20 WC: Flying Eagles Battle Saudi Arabia in Vienna Ahead of Poland 2019May 3, 2019In “Nigeria”FIFA U20 WC: Flying Eagles Find Out Tournament OpponentsFebruary 22, 2019In “Nigeria”FIFA U20 World Cup: Flying Eagles Arrive Poland in Quest for First TrophyMay 19, 2019In “FIFA”