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How one smartphone app can help the blind 'see'

The Aipoly app uses artificial intelligence to recognize its surroundings, and then says those objects out loud as a way to aid visually impaired users. 

The app's makers claim the software improves the more it's used. It can also read objects out loud in seven languages.

Aipoly joins a small group of apps designed to help the visually impaired, such as Be My Eyes and Color ID Free.

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