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2018 Microsoft Ability Summit

Microsoft YouTube Channel – 7.23.18 (7.20.18)

The 2018 Microsoft Ability Summit, May 30-31, 2018, brought together Microsoft employees and members of the disability community with government, business and academic leaders to discuss the importance of inclusive hiring and how technology can help empower people with disabilities.

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Dell Recognized as “2018 DEI Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion”

Dell Blog – 7.18.18 (7.16.18)

According to the World Bank Group, 15 percent of the world’s population – one billion people – have a disability and between 110 million and 190 million people experience significant disabilities.  In the last U.S. census in 2010, over 56 million people were counted as having a disability yet the employment ratios for people without a disability (65 percent) are more than three times more than those with a disability (18 percent).*

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The power of machine learning to change—and maybe even save—the world

Microsoft Blog – 7.18.18

In the last two decades, the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) has grown from a very small community of data scientists to something that is woven into many people’s daily lives. Machine learning, computer vision, and other AI disciplines—supported by the cloud—are helping people achieve more, from mundane tasks, like avoiding a traffic jam, to revolutionary breakthroughs, like curing cancer.

Read more: The power of machine learning to change—and maybe even save—the world

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