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14th Annual Disability Lecture - Innovating Towards a More Inclusive Future
If you have a question about this talk, please contact Jess Thom.
Can inclusive design principals lead to greater innovation?
Saqib Shaikh, a software engineer at Microsoft, has personal experience of how technology has greatly improved his life, as someone who is visually impaired.
He will describe research at Microsoft to empower disabled people, and how he believes that innovations for a specialist group can lead to mainstream technologies, and thus create a more inclusive environment.
To book your place, please go to https://innovatingtowardsinclusivefuture.eventbrite.co.uk
This talk is part of the Annual Disability Lectures series.
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