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We are committed to building great products that work for everyone by incorporating the experiences of people with disabilities from the very beginning. By creating technology by and with people with disabilities, we can identify ways to be truly helpful to over 1 billion people in the world who have a disability.
From incorporating automatic captions into Google slides, to using AI to label millions of images that were previously inaccessible to people who use screen readers, to making it easier to identify over 15 million wheelchair accessible places in Google Maps. Google also pioneered automatic speech recognition for captioning of YouTube videos, developed Live Transcribe, a smart phone application to facilitate conversation between deaf and hearing users, and introduced automatic captions for its Meet video conferencing system.
Our aim is to work with communities to develop products and services that can make a meaningful difference in someone's life by making the world more accessible. We continue to research new ways to accommodate users who need assistive technology, including the innovative application of machine learning algorithms.