Microsoft Backing Inclusive Technology

In recent years, tech companies have risen to the challenge of shrinking the digital divide between people with disabilities and those without. For Microsoft, artificial intelligence (AI) holds one key to increasing accessibility. A year ago, Microsoft launched a $25 million grant program called AI for Accessibility that provides funding, support and collaboration to teams or individuals creating tools designed to empower people with disabilities.

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Accessibility, Access, Inclusion

Melissa Hellmann

Disability Scoop

Date published:
Fri 17th May, 2019