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Captioning, Note-taking, Translation into almost any language, Streaming, and Speech generation; encrypted protocol for private information
Meetings, conferences and communication needs for personal, professional, and school use
Free trial, $/month subscription
Select equations from menu
Installed in Google Docs
$, Free Trial
Select and draw equations
Tablet with various tools, including picture library, ability to make phone calls with synthetic text, and home appliance control
Personal keypad with text screen and text-to-speech software, allowing typing phrases to be spoken by the tool.
Phone app with selectable pictures, requests, and directions
Physical bag with velcro or pockets and cards with pictures for making requests
Tablet device; uses touch-pad and eye tracking to receive input from users and generate speech.
Only available by referral
Part of Microsoft Cognitive Services, conducts real time translation of speech and text on websites, programs, dictated information, or given document
All purpose, versatile
$$, Free Trial
Present live captioning and subtitles in power point slides. Customization of caption style and automatic, real-time captions in 12 spoken languages
Professional presentations, accessibility compliance
Smart notebook that uploads notes online, can scan, send directly as email, and is searchable
Sync between different online systems, easy transcription, scanning and email
Suite of many features and technologies.
Reading documents in Google platforms, including Google Docs and Google Classroom.
Easily create colorful maps made of text boxes and link together
Organization of information, flexible for all ages
A basic feature of most search engines such as Google. Press space bar after a target word or phrase to see list of commonly associated topics based on internet searches. Does not provide definitions.
Basic internet proficiency required. Tends to give generic results. Adult filtering recommended.
Returns a list of commonly asked questions about a target word or phrase.
Uses internet trend data. Good for modern topics or public knowledge. Simple interface.
Generates list of questions sorted into questions, associations, and comparisons based on target word or phrase. Clicking on any question will start a google search. Presented as visual map or list.
Large volume of results, not intuitive for children. Good for developing an established topic for highschoolers and above.
Generates phrases related to input phrases based on internet searches. Adds questions, common searches, or similar topics. Provides links.
Adults. Needs to be taught; not intuitive for children. Helps refine search terms; find better keywords.
PDF with examples and lists of ways to invert and innovate existing concepts.
When topic is not known or vague. Doesn't use keywords.
Often returns pop-culture. Generates random opinions or ways of tackling a target idea. Accepts phrases and single words.
For when a topic is already known, choosing an attitude, stance, or approach to the topic. Often gives silly answers. Not good for research.