Microsoft Accessibility conducted a conversation with Vembi co-founders Rajagopal and Vidhya Y on the low cost innovations for visually impaired.
In conversation with AI for Accessibility grantee, Vembi Technologies, Microsoft discusses the importance of low-cost assistive technology and their latest hardware innovation.
In 2018, Microsoft announced the launch of AI for Accessibility, a five-year program dedicated to leveraging the power of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to create new assistive technology and solutions for people with disabilities. This program provides Microsoft cloud and AI technologies to those working to address some of the biggest opportunities for people living with disabilities. By providing grants, technology, and technical expertise, Microsoft aims to empower researchers, startups, nonprofits, and assistive technology companies around the globe to push the limits of what AI can do in accessibility.
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