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Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility - GAAD 2020 - Hello A11y

This presentation is for the Hello A11y conference celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020. It introduces how artificial intelligence and machine learning is being used in assistive technology for people with disabilities.

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Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility - GAAD 2020 - Hello A11y

  1. 1. AI/ML + A11Y for GAAD20 Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility for Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020 Ted Drake, Intuit Global Accessibility Leader Hello A11y, May 21 2020
  2. 2. Today’s agenda Machine Learning vs. Artificial Intelligence Recent evolution Where do we go from here Key Trends in AI for Accessibility
  3. 3. Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning Computer learns from exploring data, discovering connections, and solving a problem. Artificial Intelligence Computer takes initiative to do something based on what it has learned. Car learns how to analyze risks in an intersection Car takes corrective actions to avoid an accident.
  4. 4. A.I. is not special Anyone can work on A.I. WikiData: structured data for learning Build a deep learning computer for $450 Android and iOS process AI on device Nvidia Jetson Nano - $99 AWS and Google Cloud - Powerful Options
  5. 5. Where do we go from here?
  6. 6. Make it Simple
  7. 7. Apple Watch Detection
  8. 8. QuickBooks Mileage Tracking QuickBooks Mobile app creates mileage reports Simply give it location permission It tracks start, finish, mileage, and expense deduction. Driver or Passenger Average users finds 37% more expense deductions
  9. 9. Make it Work
  10. 10. Seeing AI by Microsoft Object detection Barcode Scanner Recognize friends Currency Identifier Intelligently guides user to rotate object to find the barcode.
  11. 11. Safe Exit for All Emergency exit navigation Dynamically adjust for danger zones Customized for disabilities, such as mobility or vision
  12. 12. Make it Affordable
  13. 13. Detecting Dyslexia and Autism Dytective uses mobile games to detect risk of having dyslexia Autism detection based on eye movement sequences Affordable diagnosis Early treatments
  14. 14. Satya Panda - Dr.Bindu Sravani Nayak Independent Developers Open Source Machine Learning Libraries Affordable Data Servers Dental diagnosis and treatment project created in collaboration with 2 dentists Significantly reduce the costs of diagnosis Differentiate between similar symptoms and treatments
  15. 15. Make it for Everyone
  16. 16. QuickBooks Capital Unconscious Bias - Significant barrier to small business funding QuickBooks Capital analyzes 26 billion transactions and data points Loans are given based on a business’s ability to repay 60% of customers say they didn’t qualify for loans before QuickBooks Capital
  17. 17. Android Live Transcribe Speech to Text live captioning in 70 languages Auto-correct based on context Sound alerts Open Source On device neural network - reduces network connectivity requirement
  18. 18. Make it Awesome
  19. 19. Indoor Navigation via computer vision Smith-Kettlewell Institute: Computer vision, landmarks, inertia, and 2-d Map Clew: Path Tracing - Someone guides you to a location, the phone brings you back
  20. 20. Voice Recognition for everyone Mozilla’s Common Voice: Giant data set of voice recordings from all accents, languages, and speech ability VoiceITT and Google’s Project Euphonia Designed to understand dysarthria speech
  21. 21. Learn More Web4All Conference: Accessibility Research Co-located with The Web Conference Assets: International ACM SIGACCESS Conference on Computers and Accessibility Microsoft: AI For Accessibility Twitter: @Ted_Drake Email: Ted_Drake@intuit.com

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This presentation is for the Hello A11y conference celebrating Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2020. It introduces how artificial intelligence and machine learning is being used in assistive technology for people with disabilities.

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