Artificial Intelligence has increasingly become ubiquitous throughout all aspects of life. Whether it is to automate processes or perform specific tasks, Artificial Intelligence exists to help people with their problems. In practice, however, A.I. has a reputation for not being inclusive of all people. Inherently, machines only work according to how humans program them to. Therefore, A.I is notorious for being biased against marginalized people, including people with disabilities.
Around 48 million Americans (15% of the total population) have some degree of hearing loss. There…
Authors: Tairan Deng, Alexandre Nicolaï, Troy Walton, Marshall Wurangian
In the era of Covid-19, masking up and social distancing have become the new norm. Indoor places, such as restaurants and grocery stores, are legally required to put in place rules for mandatory face mask usage. Having a worker manually screen every person to ensure their mask is on just defeats the purpose of limiting contact with people as much as possible.
Master of Science in Business Analytics Student at the University of Texas at Austin