In this episode I am talking withDr. Susan McKeever Senior lecturer in School of Computer Science at Technological University Dublin. The main purpose behind this episode was To answer important questions such as: What AI can do for blind and visually impaired? What are the immediate, practical applications? What problems can be solved right now? and solutions for the future?
As a visually impaired individual my self, I encounter accessibility issues Nearly every day. For example, websites, apps, and services can be difficult to navigate If it has inaccessible interface or navigating with screen reader is complicated. As we know, it is the responsibility of the developer to make apps and services accessible to the … Read more
Hello folks, another web development related post from me. Prepare yourselves to spend a bit of time on this post, because it’s a bit longer, reason being that it is very detailed and I tried to explain all the reasons I think Visual Studio code is the best code editor, For the blind and visually … Read more
The audio version of this post is below, and it contains identical content as a text article. Hello legendary creatures, I’m talking about us humans. Many people thinking right now I bet: what the heck? That’s weird, well, the topic is a bit science fiction, intrigued? let’s continue… Another week another post. If you haven’t … Read more
This is my 11th post, I am celebrating 10 post birthday ha, not really, I just want to write a short update about the plans for TeCHVB future and include some personal thoughts. A bit of personal diary I suppose, that’s what I am starting with. When I wrote my first post, it was just … Read more