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CEO explains how a 'leapfrog in technology' can help companies catering to the blind community
Be My Eyes launches tool powered by OpenAI’s GPT-4 to help the blind
Be My Eyes CEO Mike Buckley discusses the tech world’s reaction to SVB collapse and introduces his new digital visual assistant tool on ‘The Claman Countdown.’
The growth of artificial intelligence (AI) has prompted numerous companies to invest in and utilize technology to enhance their products and services.
One CEO outlined how this "leapfrog in technology" will help companies "perform their services better."
"What the AI promises to do, though, is solve these challenges more quickly, not only for the blind community but for these businesses that are catering to blind and other consumers. So what we see is like a leapfrog in technology that will help companies just perform their services better," Be My Eyes CEO Mike Buckley said on "The Claman Countdown" Wednesday.
Within the auto industry, healthcare, manufacturing and others, companies have gradually adopted AI technology as it opens a promising new frontier.
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