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What is sound to Ove?
Mapping tinnitus in the brain
Reaching the baby boomers
Single sided deafness - what you need to know
Talking about battery life with your clients
Are aviation workers losing their hearing
Counselling the well informed client
Joe Kittinger - life at full blast
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5 common mistakes on social media
Audiology Podcasts for hearing aids: Your next business tool
Can remote fitting help your business?
How to create a press release for your hearing care business
How you can help communication when face masks are needed
Live Tweeting benefits
Why you should write press releases and why you sometimes shouldn’t
How open houses can help you boost sales
Getting tinnitus clients in your door
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New study: How different ear tips affect the hearing experience
When fittings based on averages aren’t good enough
What causes tinnitus and how your clients can learn to live with it
Are we really providing the best hearing care we can?
Hearing aid ratings: 94% prefer Widex EVOKE™ in noise
Two new programs for when one size doesn't fit all
New test finds the best hearing solution
Would you like some AI or machine learning with your hearing aids?
Expand audibility with Effortless Hearing
There’s a new way to test hearing aid performance with loud noise
Towards a firm grip on auditory reality
Users recommend SoundSense Learn
Widex Zen Therapy: What's new?
Will machine learning in hearing aids make your job better?
Brush up on your audiology: Helmholtz Resonance
What is digital pinna?
Lowering the frequency
Are online hearing tests a threat to your business?
Study shows Widex UNIQUE a “clear improvement” over other hearing aids
Hearing aids and music – a tricky combination
Multi-channel processing in hearing aids: Is more better?
Raising the headroom bridge
Fractal music could be key to beating tinnitus
How the chip transformed the industry
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Evidence & technology
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN OUR HEARING AIDS
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.
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WHAT IS AI?
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-based personalisation feature, SoundSense Learn, does.
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AI IN HEARING AIDS IMPROVES
HEARING IN THE MOMENT
SoundSense Learn is a hearing aid feature that’s based on the deeper AI form, Machine Learning.
This feature calculates the best possible hearing settings in the moment based on input from the user. As SoundSense Learn gets smarter, it continues to get faster at calculating the best sound for each user.
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Which hearing aids offer AI?
For your clients to enjoy the benefits of the AI-driven SoundSense Learn feature, their hearing aid must be one that has 2.4 GHz connectivity and can connect to the Widex apps that are developed specifically for these hearing aids. Below you can see which hearing aids offer SoundSense Learn.
WIDEX MOMENT RIC 312D
This is a beautiful and discreet 2.4 GHz hearing aid that comes with all the hearing benefits of SoundSense Learn Artificial Intelligence technology.
To make it more flexible for you to work with, it comes with four receivers and has a wide fitting range.
WIDEX MOMENT mRIC RD
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.
WIDEX EVOKE FUSION 2
Our first hearing aid to offer SoundSense Learn and 2.4 GHz connectivity!
WIDEX EVOKE™ FUSION 2 is a discreet hearing aid. Your clients can choose between a rechargeable solution or use conventional batteries – whichever best matches their needs and lifestyle.
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