Dyslexia is a neurodivergence that impacts one’s ability to process and produce textual information. While previous research has identified unique patterns in the writings of people with dyslexia – such as letter swapping and homophone confusion – that deviant themselves from the text typically used in the training and evaluation of common Natural Language ProcessingContinue reading “Lost in Translation”
Post-OSS updates and reflections (1/24/2023) I tried out the format of doing the “live” presentation with a recorded talk (slides) today, and it worked surprisingly well, especially for virtual meetings! How it works: What I like about this format: I am so glad that we tried out this format – first time for me, andContinue reading ““Break the invisible wall” – upcoming talk about challenges and opportunities for people who stutter to participate in academic conferences”
We share the updates and highlight from our recent interview research with people who stutter on their experiences with videoconferences and videoconferencing technologies.
I had the pleasure to be invited to speak to students from the Columbia Data for Social Good club at their monthly event on April 27, 2022. Under the theme of Equity for Marginalized Communities using Tech, I discussed the issues, challenges, and opportunities with AI for disabled people. Here is an outline of my talk (slides)Continue reading “AI and Systematic Marginalization of Disabled People“