Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is used in many industries and technologies today – even if it’s not something you notice. Hearing aids are no exception.
For years, hearing aids have been using AI to figure out your client’s listening environment and provide the best sound. These days, AI in hearing aids can do so much more than that.
AI is when a computer program can think and learn, but there are different levels of AI. The most common is symbolic AI, where a machine learns to perform a human task.
A deeper version of AI, machine learning, trains a computer to predict future outcomes based on human input. That’s what our AI- personalization features can do to improve sound.
My Sound, found in our latest hearing aid app, is a collection of features that are based on the deeper AI form, Machine Learning. These features can be taught to predict the best possible hearing settings in the moment based on input from the user. As My Sound features get trained in the moment, we can offer smarter and faster predictions based on thousands of users preferences.
This is the smallest rechargeable lithium-ion hearing aid on the market.
With this hearing aid you can choose between two powerful receivers that cover a wide fitting range. That way you can make your service more personalised – without needing a large variety of stock. The new receiver design conveniently works with all Widex ear tips.
The Widex PureSound ™ is now available for even more users in the behind-the-ear model. The BTE 312 comes with PureSound™ and benefits from our highly precise in-situ gain calculations during fitting via TruAcoustics™.
The BTE 13 D has all of this plus 2.4 GHz streaming via TV PLAY™ and the MOMENT App (iOS and Android) as well as our upgraded SoundSense Learn features.