TQIntelligence, an Atlanta-based voice AI company, has been awarded a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to conduct research and development for its human voice/speech AI. The company aims to develop its voice biomarker technology, which supports mental health providers focused on children.
The NSF grant is considered competitive and funds 5% of applicant companies and educational institutions. The grant funds will also enable the company to recruit software engineers to implement solutions, train staff to work with engagement pilot sites and consult with experts from Georgia Tech.
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