Google IO 2018 Notes: Keynote

Google AI is opening centers around the globe. Last year they began studying retinopathy in India. The AI systems are finding additional information from eye scans, such as cardiovascular risks.

They are also using AI to predict medical events. 76% success in predicting short term regression

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Ubiquitous Transactions – Financial Future and Accessibility

This short presentation was created for the Wearable Computing Solutions panel at the M-Enabling Summit 2016. It introduces some new and upcoming standards that could simplify financial transactions and thus making them more accessible.

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Android accessibility for developers and QA

Android Accessibility

Bangalore Accessibility Week October 6-10, 2014 Ted Drake, Intuit Accessibility

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Creating a Shortcut for Accessibility Settings on Android

I do a lot of accessibility testing on Android and iOS devices and need to turn the screen readers on and off regularly. While iOS allows you to triple-click the home button, that simplified function is not yet available for Android. However, you can make it much easier by placing a shortcut to the accessibility panel onto the Android desktop. This short tutorial will walk you through it with a Google Nexus 7 .

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