Technology as a means of inclusion
Language
Italian
Level
Intermediate
Length
39 minutes
Type
online conference
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Accessibility • March 2021
Technology as a means of inclusion
Sono figlio di persona disabile: a causa di una otite acuta, a mio padre furono asportati incudine, martello e staffa; ciò nonostante, poteva udire grazie a degli occhiali a conduzione ossea ma il volume del suono poteva renderli inefficaci. Erano gli anni ’70 e, agli occhi di un bambino, essi erano una magia permessa dalla tecnologia. 40 anni dopo, abbiamo bot che possono rendere il software accessibile a chi non può fare point&click, computer vision per supportare i non vedenti ed altro ancora per rendere il mondo più inclusivo. Vediamo insieme come.
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Andrea Saltarello
CTOManaged Designs
Andrea is solution architect and CTO @ Managed Designs, focusing on architecture and methodology topics. As a trainer and speaker, he had several speaking engagements for events and conferences both in Italy and abroad: he is co-author of “MS .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise” by Microsoft Press. In 2001 he co-founded UGIdotNET, the first Italian .NET User Group, of which he's the President and leader. Andrea is passionate about sports and music, being devoted to Depeche Mode, which he fell in love with since listening to Everything Counts for the first time.
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Language
Italian
Level
Intermediate
Length
39 minutes
Type
online conference
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