Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Developer mulls expanding Google's Accessible Search

From the CEC Smart Brief:

TV Raman, the Google engineer who developed the company's new Accessible Search, says initial feedback from users with sight impairments has been largely positive, but some want the service to be expanded for people with other disabilities. Raman says the "expert" algorithm on which Accessible Search is based could perhaps be used to find sites for people with learning disabilities. (8/23)

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