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The Power of Inclusive AI: A Case Study on ChatGPT

The Power of Inclusive AI_ A Case Study on ChatGPT

By Nabil Eid Curious about how artificial intelligence can be more inclusive and beneficial to society? Check out our audio article at the link below to dive deeper into this compelling topic: ???? Listen Here Introduction Artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to transform the way we live and work, opening up new communication opportunities […]

Benefits and Consequences of AI in the PWD Community

Benefits and Consequences of AI in the PWD Community (2)

BY JASMIN AMBIONG This article explores both the benefits and potential drawbacks of AI in the PWD community. Listen to the audio version at the following link to learn more about this important issue: ???? Listen Here Since the rollout of ChatGPT by OpenAI in November 2022, Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology has been making noise […]

Shattering the Invisibility: Exposing Human Rights Violations Against Persons with Disabilities

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By Puneet Singh Singhal The world has come a long way in recognizing and advocating for the rights of persons with disabilities. Yet, despite advancements in awareness and legislation, human rights violations persist, often shrouded in invisibility. One of the most significant barriers to exposing these injustices is the lack of visibility, particularly in institutions. […]

Billion Strong Mourns the Passing of Disability Rights Advocate, Judy Heumann

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Billion Strong, a global disability rights organization, is deeply saddened by the passing of Judy Heumann, a trailblazer and leading figure in the disability rights movement. Judy passed away on March 4, 2023, in Washington, D.C. Judy Heumann was a passionate advocate for the inherent dignity of people with disabilities. Her tireless efforts and fierce […]

Join the Movement: The United Nations’ Global Goals for Sustainable Development

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In this inspiring video, we are introduced to the United Nations’ Global Goals for Sustainable Development, a 15-year plan to end extreme poverty, fight injustice and inequality, and save our planet from the devastating effects of climate change. The message is clear: we must be the first generation to take bold action and make the […]

What signs should you look for if you think your child might be dyslexic?

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By Liza Ellis Dyslexia is a neurological disorder that primarily affects reading and writing skills. It is the most common learning disability, and is characterised by difficulty with phonemic awareness, phonology, and word decoding. People with dyslexia often have difficulty identifying individual sounds in words, and they may have trouble learning how to read and […]

Dreams, Disability, and Leadership Training Opportunity

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BY JASMIN AMBIONG This article is for all the people with disabilities who have dreams. For everyone who fears that they will never be who they want to be and be wherever they want to be because of society’s limitations. Perhaps, a part of me wanted to write this because it is something I wish […]

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