Christopher Lind discusses with Dr. Coral Hoh how Dysolve® AI has overcome the cognitive disorder of dyslexia. The End of Dyslexia – How Dysolve® AI is Overcoming Cognitive Disorders
WPDH 101.5 – Read about how Dysolve® AI is able to correct dyslexia.
Hudson Valley Post – Dysolve® AI to solve Dyslexia. Read about several Hudson Valley students who graduated Dysolve® and advanced past grade level reading, even to College-level English. And find out more about how and why Dysolve® AI is able to help students and actually correct dyslexia.
WRRV – Conor Walsh writes about the Dysolve® AI program. See the videos he included on how Dysolve® works, and what to expect. Conor also writes about several students from Hyde Park who have graduated from the Dysolve® program and are in college and even in high school were writing at the College Level. Read how to Dysolve® dyslexia
Broxnet – Listen to Kibin Alleyne discuss with Dr. Coral Hoh how the Dysolve® AI platform corrected dyslexia. Bronxnet – How Dysolve® AI platform corrected dyslexia
Dysolve® is a game-based AI program that identifies and corrects dyslexia Dysolve®, an autonomous AI system, has corrected dyslexia, a learning disability that was previously thought to be lifelong. Dyslexia is a reading difficulty that affects 20% of the world’s population. It is due to processing inefficiencies in the brain. Dysolve® AI locates these inefficiencies by creating games that activate targeted brain processes during gameplay. Then Dysolve® AI captures key data on these brain processes in the user’s game responses and creates new games to correct these inefficiencies. https://thelearningcounsel.com/articles/app-of-the-week/dysolve-is-a-game-based-ai-program-that-identifies-and-corrects-dyslexia/ The Learning Counsel
Consider these terms: 1) Dyslexia is a reading difficulty – difficulties can be overcome. 2) Dyslexia is caused by inefficient language processing – inefficiencies can be corrected. It is unfortunate that schools classify dyslexia as a learning disability – “disability” sounds dire and permanent. With current AI technology, the term is also inaccurate because dyslexia is now correctible. https://parentingteensandtweens.com/how-to-help-teen-with-dyslexia/
Dysolve, the first artificial intelligence-powered platform for dissolving dyslexia and associated learning disabilities, is paving the way for a new treatment approach. Dyslexia is a neurodevelopmental learning disorder that makes it challenging for children and adults to read, write, and spell. The condition affects one out of every five people and represents 80% to 90% of those with learning disabilities. Read the full story
Jaime Cerreta appeared with Dr. Coral Hoh on Good Morning Arizona to discuss the use of Dysolve AI in education to battle learning disabilities. Dr. Coral shared with Jaime the promising learning and reading improvements that Arizona users showed after using Dysolve.
MacKenzie Price discusses with Dr. Coral PS Hoh dyslexia, language disorders, Dysolve® AI and how AI now has the ability to immediately address language and learning difficulties in education and schools. Listen here to the Hear the podcast Pt. 2