- How has technology changed your life?
- What future technologies are you looking forward to?
- disability /dis-uh-BIL-i-tee/
- medical /MED-i-kuhl/
- potential /puh-TEN-shuhl/
- deaf /def/
- vast /vast/
[noun] – an illness, injury, or condition that makes it difficult for someone to do some things that other people do, and that is usually permanent or lasts for a long time
Yuka is confident despite having a physical disability.
[adjective] – related to the treatment of illness and injuries
Medical tests showed that she was negative for the virus.
[noun] – natural qualities or abilities that mean that someone or something may or should succeed or achieve something
They have a child who has the potential to be a great scientist.
[adjective] – unable to hear, either completely or partly
I believe Dad is becoming somewhat deaf.
[adjective] – extremely large
The broadcast was watched by a vast audience.
It is the responsibility of several Google technical teams to look towards “supercharging” accessible technologies to increase their use. These teams have numerous research teams and are engaged in projects related to artificial intelligence. For instance, subtitling technology, which was initially created to help deaf or hard-of-hearing television viewers, has helped society as a whole and today benefits the vast majority of people. Rachael Bleakley, a deaf person, claims that using subtitles helped her overcome childhood challenges with lipreading. “Captions communicate not only what is being spoken but also any useful background noises which help amplify the plot, such as [dramatic music] for building tension, or a [loud explosion] off camera which helps explain why the main character looks a little alarmed,” she said.
- What is Project Relate?
- What does Project Relate do?
- What methods are used for Project Relate to work?
- According to the article, what is the responsibility of several Google technical teams?
- What did Rachael Bleakley say about using subtitles?
- Which modern technology could you not live without? Please tell me more about it.
- What things would you not allow technology to change? Why?
- If you were to design software for people with disabilities, what would it be and why?
- Should Project Relate be paid for or free to use?
- Do you think technology does more good than harm? Why?