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January 13, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
 Hearing aid uses neural network to mimic brain functions
New chipset with double the processing power and intelligent Deep Neural Network trained with 12 million sound scenes from real life.

the next generation of connectivity based on the upcoming Bluetooth LE Audio standard. Oticon More™ also includes the internet connectivity and the Oticon ON app which gives Oticon More™ users access to convenient, personalised control of their hearing aids on their smartphones and provides convenient online hearing aftercare with remote access to hearing care professionals. And finally, Oticon More™ is available in a rechargeable style which provides a full day of battery life (including streaming) from a super speedy three-hour charge.

“Through years of innovation, research and collaboration with leading research institutions around the world, Oticon has built unique knowledge and understanding of how the brain perceives sound. Contrary to common belief, research has demonstrated that the brain needs access to all sounds in the environment to function optimally. By applying this knowledge to hearing technology, we enable hearing aid users to enjoy more complete sound landscapes and simply get more out of life when they use our products which can have significant positive effects on their health and well-being.” says Mark Collins, Sales and Marketing Director, Oticon.


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