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Announcement of Sight Tech Global, an event on the future of AI and accessibility for the blind or visually impaired – TechCrunch

Few challenges have thrilled technologists more than building tools to help blind or visually impaired people. For example, Silicon Valley legend Ray Kurzweil launched the first commercially available text-to-speech reader in 1976. He revealed the $ 50,000 Kurzweil reading machine, a box-shaped device that covered a table top, at a press conference organized by the National Association of the Blind. …

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A few words for DHS agents who have no intention of becoming whistleblowers for immigration issues – TechCrunch

Please ignore these resources to do so legally and safely Sophie Alcorn Contributor Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn’s immigration law in Silicon Valley and the “Law Firm of 2019 in California for Entrepreneurial Immigration Services” at the Global Law Experts Awards 2019. She connects people to businesses and opportunities that expand their lives. Other contributions from this contributor …

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The main sales software stack – TechCrunch

Tim Porter is managing director of the Madrona Venture Group and invests in the areas of intelligent applications and SaaS, cloud-native software, ML as well as data analysis and security. Elisa La Cava Contributor From working with Our more than 90 portfolio companies and their clients, as well as from frequent discussions with company executives, have determined that a number …

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