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Feasibility of automated voice based cognitive assessment on a consumer voice platform

Exploring the use of automated voice based cognitive assessments on consumer voice platforms.

How new technologies are expanding the reach of cognitive assessment

Dr Jenny Barnett, Chief Scientific Officer for Cambridge Cognition reviews how the rise of touchscreen technology has enabled the expansion of cognitive assessment. 

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