February 2024: Empowering Visually Impaired with GUIDI

AI Guided transforms lives with GUIDI, an advanced AI navigation companion.

Image credits: AI Guided Ltd.

In the ever-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, AI Guided is proving to be a pioneer, shaping the future for people with visual impairments. The founders were motivated by watching visually impaired people navigate using canes and relying on the shoulders of others. Recognizing a significant gap in accessible and user-friendly AI solutions, they committed to addressing this need and improving lives.

Inspired by this commitment, AI Guided introduces GUIDI - a revolutionary AI-powered navigation companion designed to improve the autonomy of visually impaired people. GUIDI uses advanced AI technology to scan the environment and guide the user through directional vibrations on obstacle-free paths.


AI Guided's mission is to build the AI Guiding Ecosystem for the world. By integrating AI and innovative technologies, the company aims to create a global ecosystem that promotes inclusion, independence and well-being for people with visual impairments.

Image credits: AI Guided Ltd.

About AI Guided

Founded in Hong Kong in 2020, AI Guided quickly grew into an award-winning technology startup incubated in the prestigious Hong Kong Science Park program. The company specializes in AI, haptic-reflexive control and environmental visualization, focusing on applications for smart cities, social connectivity and social welfare. At the heart of the company is the development of high-tech assistive platforms and wearable devices for visually impaired and elderly people.

Sam Draper
February 1, 2024

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