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Tech Xplore: StorySign app converts text in children's books to sign language

Tech Xplore: StorySign app converts text in children’s books to sign language. “A team of researchers and engineers at Huawei AI has come up with a unique way to help deaf children learn to read sign language—by using AI and augmented reality to interpret printed books. 15 more words

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VentureBeat: PowerPoint and Skype gain live captions and subtitles

VentureBeat: PowerPoint and Skype gain live captions and subtitles. “Real-time captions and subtitles are heading to PowerPoint and Skype, the company today revealed in a pair of announcements timed to coincide with the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities (UN IDPD).”

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The Voice Behind our Christmas Commercial

So far, our 2018 Christmas commercial has received more than 44,000 views on social media. The spot features a beautiful voice singing a song called “You’ll See Christmas.” People keep asking us about the singer: Who is she? 292 more words

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Sarah Katz: Advice On Finding Identity Through Poetry

Sarah Katz is a Deaf poet who communicates primarily in Cued Speech and English. She is the editor of The Deaf Poets Society, an online journal for Deaf and disabled literature and art.   1,560 more words

Sarah Katz: Advice On Finding Identity Through Poetry

Sarah Katz is a Deaf poet who communicates primarily in Cued Speech and English. She is the editor of The Deaf Poets Society, an online journal for Deaf and disabled literature and art.   1,559 more words

We came from her womb

You are Hearing, nothing is wrong with you;

And I am Deaf, nothing is wrong with me.

I may not speak nor hear very well like you; 83 more words

"Let's Make the Future" presents: Deafness and Genetic Engineering

Possession is nine-tenths of the law, they say. Unsurprising, then, are the polemics of jurisdiction over genetic material.

A question like that posed by the Journal of Medical Ethics… 194 more words

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