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IBM software enhances Web accessibility for the blind

Martyn Williams | July 20, 2008
IBM has launched an application that seeks to harness the time of Internet users to make the Web more accessible to the visually impaired.

Looking ahead, Asakawa said she hopes the project will be expanded to help users with other disabilities including those who are deaf, hard of hearing or have motor disabilities.

"We started from a small group but to make this project successful and to make information accessible we really need to collaborate with the community," she said. "Our goal is to expand the applicability of this project."

 

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