Experiencing the CSUN Assistive Technology Conferece with Michael Babcock | Access Tech Live

Experiencing the CSUN Assistive Technology Conferece with Michael Babcock! In this episode of Access Tech Live, the hosts discuss Apple’s monopoly lawsuit and the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference. They highlight the advancements in braille technology, including new braille displays and the Activator braille keyboard. The conversation also covers the integration of AI and wearables in assistive technology. The hosts explore the concept of a robot dog and other tech innovations showcased at the conference. They discuss the importance of conferences for networking and mention a real-time signing service and AI real-time captioning as notable technologies.

00:00 Apple’s Monopoly Lawsuit
01:10 CSUN Conference Overview
06:05 AI and Wearables
09:14 Robot Dog and Other Tech
10:58 Conferences and Networking
12:46 Real-Time Signing Service
14:00 AI Real-Time Captioning

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