For as long as computers and artificial intelligence have existed, they have worked for us. We regularly use these tools to act as a technological extension of ourselves. What if we could switch this dynamic and streamline the physical and technological experiences to enhance human capability?

Arnav Kapur invented AlterEgo, a sensory and auditory feedback system which uses neuromuscular signals to produce speech. This device detects signals around the mouth which transmits to an artificial intelligence system that processes this information into text. This allows people with speech disabilities to simply and clearly articulate their thoughts