AI chatbots are proving to be life-changing for some people, especially those with conditions like dyslexia, dyspraxia, and ADHD.

Yasmin Shaheen-Zaffar, a psychotherapist from North Yorkshire, found that using the AI chatbot Jasper helped her with writing tasks, transforming her life.

Similarly, London tech entrepreneur Alex Sergent uses AI to manage his OCD, finding it easier to delegate tasks.

Neurodiversity specialist Hayley Brackley highlights that AI tools reduce the shame of asking for help, making tasks like spelling easier for those with dyslexia.

AI tools are not only beneficial for neurodiverse individuals but also help the broader workforce when implemented.

Specialized tools like Goblin Tools and InnerVoice are also being created to assist neurodivergent users. As AI continues to develop, its role in aiding those with neurodiversity is expected to grow.

Credit : BBC.

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