Artificial Intelligence, technology at the service of inclusion

Google wants to adapt 100% of its products to people with disabilities. This internet giant plans to make the use of its new technologies easier by means of inclusive products. Google is already working on this type of products, where inclusion is key throughout the entire process, from conception to design, development and testing.

It has always been said that technology makes people's lives easier, but this is not always the case. For a person with visual or hearing problems the use of a smartphone or a computer can be difficult. To solve these problems, Google has already developed applications such as lookout or Sound Amplifer, but wants to go even further.

One of the great allies in the struggle to make the digital world more inclusive is artificial intelligence. In fact, Eve Anderson, in charge of inclusion at Google, believes that artificial intelligence will be, along with the Internet of Things, the most important technology in this field.

In this regard, Google is relying on artificial intelligence to generate new features such as artificial vision, which will allow people with visual problems to travel around the internet thanks to computer-generated voice descriptions.

At Air Institute, we strive for the growth of digitalisation, so that the technology industry can support, and never impede, people who suffer from any kind of disability.