How AI-Powered Hearing Aids Helps Improve your Quality of Life

Understand the importance of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in hearing aids and how this technological advancement helps improve the life and experience of hearing device users.

💡 Get fitted for any of the hidden hearing aids available at Listening Lab Singapore.
How AI-Powered Hearing Aids Helps Improve your Quality of Life

AI in hearing aids may shock you, but companies have slowly incorporated this technology for years. As technology advances, modifications to hearing aids are evolving. Before, a hearing aid increased the volume of sounds around you, but they take it a step further these days.

Picture this: you are chatting at a party. Older versions of hearing aid would typically produce sounds louder. During the conversation, you will get drowned out by background noise. With AI, you can listen to the noise near you and react the way your brain would, dull background noise, and concentrate on your friends' voices.

AI remembers to identify sounds and makes a location-based program. These programs support you when you return to a specific location or sound profile; however other AI-programmed hearing aids will take sounds daily to identify and boost essential sounds.

Let's go back to that crowded party with a hearing aid that will take in and analyze all the sounds around it. Using AI, your hearing aid will categorize each sound and balance it based on your hearing loss level. So how is this possible? These are some of the steps an AI hearing aid does:

Train AI-powered hearing aids

Think of this scenario: AI can appear terrifying when you think about how it can effectively predict cancer. Many AI systems today are automatized, and we don't often probe. There are AI systems that you can efficiently train because that's how AI works.

The deeper AI system: Machine Learning, can expect results based on what humans have trained. So, AI can accomplish so many things that improve our lives, including enhancing hearing at the moment via hearing aids and apps. But even if AI occasionally seems smarter than humans, remember that people train the system and will constantly need humans to give information, keep it updated, and set the success criteria.

On top of the best sound quality and smart hearing technology, AI-powered hearing aids also feature fall detection and wellness tracking to support wearers' safety as they live unassisted. Data about physical and hearing health can be transmitted with trusted references and warned in case of a mishap or hearing aid issues so that you can get help.

Better Sound

The power of AI-powered hearing aids focuses on better sound quality. They require to assist you to hear better, with remarkable clearness. AI-powered hearing aids can collect data based on different listening circumstances and adjust their settings and performance to fit your hearing needs.

AI hearing aid has unrivaled sound quality backed up with a better battery backup. This means users can bring them and enjoy unlimited hours of streaming, conversations, and other listening activities without being interrupted by various social exchanges.

The AI-powered hearing aids are developed to sustain wireless connectivity, environment detection, and automated volume and sound management. But more than personalized hearing, the AI hearing aids equip you with fairer hearing and overall health.

At The Listening Lab Singapore, some of our AI hearing aids are designed to adjust better to conditions with challenging acoustics with just a simple tap. These state-of-the-art sound processing capabilities make AI hearing aids like the Phonak an excellent upgrade option. For you, a tap on their hearing aids boosts the volume, equalizes noise and interference, and stores data on these settings for identical scenarios in the future.

Better Communication

The best part about AI hearing aids is that they're smart enough to remember hearing requirements in various environments. A quick tap on your hearing aid in a crowded room or concert venue to cancel noise and interference today means automatic adjustments the next time it detects a similar environment. Over time, your AI hearing aid will "learn" to seamlessly switch between settings to match your listening needs as you move from one room to the next.

With user data, AI hearing aids can feature improved sound quality and enhance speech in busy settings, so conversations and listening occur naturally and effortlessly — as if users weren't wearing a hearing aid. These settings also automatically calibrate according to various audio sources. The sound quality of phone calls, music, or movies is consistently crisp when streamed directly to your hearing aid via Bluetooth and other intelligent hearing devices.

At The Listening Lab Singapore, our AI-enabled Hearing Aids can do so many things that help enhance our lives, such as enhancing our hearing at the moment through these hearing aids and apps. But even if AI occasionally seems wiser than humans, remember that people train the system and will always demand humans to give information, keep it updated, and position the success criteria.

If you want to learn more about these high-end hearing aids, you can visit any of our branches in Singapore and send us a message. We are always open to serving you and answering your questions to help you improve your life and be more independent.

Related articles:

Enhancing Patient Experience with Amptify

Enhancing Patient Experience with Amptify

Blogs

Learn how Amptify is enhancing patient experience with its auditory video games, online coaching and customized social peer community. Learn more...

Key Benefits of Auditory Training and Brain Games

Key Benefits of Auditory Training and Brain Games

Blogs

Enhanced speech discrimination is just one of the skills you can develop with the use of auditory training programs. See 3 other skills.

Can you Still Hear with Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

Can you Still Hear with Sensorineural Hearing Loss?

Blogs

Learn about what’s happening with your hearing under the Sensorineural deafness condition and whether you can still hear with it.

Quick enquiry: