Clayton Lewis, Jutta Treviranus
The Global Public Inclusive Infrastructure (GPII) project is an international collaboration to make information technology, and the content and services it delivers, easily accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. What role does public policy have in promoting this aim? How can ACM members around the world help shape policy in constructive ways? The GPII project is developing a range of infrastructure enhancements that support automatic personalization of content and services, so that material is presented in a form that users can understand and interact with, whatever their individual needs and preferences. These enhancements will also make it easier…
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