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Suddenly Virtual: Accessibility in a Virtual Environment
Toward Fairness in AI for People with Disabilities: A Research Roadmap
Improving the lives of people with disabilities is a motivator for many state-of-the-art AI systems, such as automated speech recognition tools that can caption videos for people who are deaf and hard of hearing, or language ...
Federal Government Allows Use of TANF, SNAP E&T, WIOA Funds to Support Digital Inclusion
New guidance from the federal government can help skills advocates to improve digital access and equity for adult learners and workers. In particular, several federal agencies have clarified how existing policies can be ...
VR 100 Series: Partnerships that Make a Difference
On June 25, 2020, RSA showcased two partnerships that enable individuals with disabilities to benefit from advances in technology. - a decades-long partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services' Administration ...
Buy IT! - Your Guide for Purchasing Accessible Technology
Making Online Learning Active
We are often so fixated on online learnings shortcomings that we slight its unique advantages. Students can have anytime, anywhere access to class materials. We can make a wealth of primary sources and data readily available ...
Checklist of Requirements for Federal Websites and Digital Services
Ramping up Effective Virtual Service Delivery
Barriers to Social Services Fuel Racial Inequality
Government Wants Some Straight Talk About Chatbots
The AI-driven technology helped states and localities deal with overloaded hotlines during the pandemic. But it will have to do more than answer simple questions if it's going to be truly effective.