People with Disability can now use Android phones with face gestures


Using a raised eyebrow or smile, people with speech or physical disabilities can now use their Android-powered smartphones hands-free, Google said on Thursday (Sept 23).

Two new applications put machine learning and front-facing cameras on smartphones to work detecting face and eye movements.

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Users can scan their phone screen and select a task by smiling, raising eyebrows, opening their mouth, or looking to the left, right, or up.

The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 61 million adults in the United States live with disabilities, which has pushed Google and rivals Apple and Microsoft to make products and services more accessible to them.