Zammo Applies Voice AI to Bridge Vision and Other Accessibility Barriers for People Applying for Jobs Online
By AIT News Desk
On Apr 28, 2022
San Francisco-based Zammo.AI is utilizing its expertise as subject matter experts in voice artificial intelligence (voice AI) to improve the features and functionality of online job boards. Their technology enhancements are making it easier for people with blindness, low vision, and other accessibility needs to apply for jobs.
Zammo is beginning a new project with funding by a recently-awarded grant from Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility program. Their challenge: applying voice technologies to create accessibility-friendly interfaces for online job boards. Zammo team is harnessing the transformative power of conversational AI to help people who are blind or have low vision, have limited dexterity or other specific access needs find the job of their dreams; while also creating a path to inclusivity for businesses and organizations.
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