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How Should Human Rights Advocacy Balance the Opportunities & Risks of Artificial Intelligence?

Experts from Benetech, Intel, Arizona State University and Numina shared ways to apply technology to protect human rights.

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Big Tech and Digital Inclusion: Bridging the Gap

Benetech serves as a bridge between Silicon Valley and the social sector. As host of the DAISY consortium’s fall board meeting, we brought together accessibility experts and representatives from big tech to promote innovation that benefits all.

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Inclusion Works Consortium Launches Global Initiative to Enable People With Disabilities to Find Meaningful Employment

Benetech believes in a world where people with disabilities are able to make their voices heard. We are proud to be a member of the Inclusion Works program, which launched today in Bangladesh, Kenya, Nigeria, and Uganda to enable people with disabilities to find meaningful employment. In a statement about the program launch, Sightsavers writes: […]

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Benetech Service Net Leverages Community Expertise to Tackle Sacramento Homelessness

Benetech user researcher, Alex Cabral explains why a community-based approach is essential to developing software for social good.

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Benetech Names Macmillan Learning Industry’s First Global Certified Accessible Publisher

We are proud to announce that Macmillan Learning is the first publisher to complete our accreditation process to be named Global Certified Accessible. This means that all Macmillan Learning ebooks created using the accredited publishing workflow are accessible for people with reading barriers such as dyslexia or low vision. This is a huge milestone as […]

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