Here’s How Voice Technology Is Becoming More Inclusive

Speakers offer captions, but speech-to-text options are growing

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In 1972, Julia Child’s PBS show The French Chef became the first program to offer captions for the hearing impaired. It was a watershed moment for the deaf and hard of hearing in the U.S., and television became increasingly inclusive thereafter.

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