IJSRP, Volume 11, Issue 2, February 2021 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
According to the WHO, around one billion people suffer from disorders in speaking and experience motor-skill challenges which can often lead to exclusion from the society. An enhanced and accelerated device for communicating is something the disabled people cannot afford, who still form the world’s largest minority to experience discrimination. So, in this paper I would like to propose an application, HearMeOut that uses artificial intelligence techniques to implement state-of-the-art algorithms and Natural Language Processing for predicting meaningful and appropriate text, generating sentences using pictograms and facilitating short communication using speech recognition. These specifications are delivered to the user via a language assistant called LGenie (Language Generation through Input Event). This will help reduce the communication barrier between the speechless and their interlocutors thus allowing them to integrate into the existing social structures and make the world a more inclusive place.