A ground-breaking translation tool for sign languages
About 5 % of the population suffers from disabling hearing impairment, while 15 % of the global adult population is affected by some degree of hearing loss. They can communicate using sign languages. There are three main categories: deaf-sign languages, auxiliary-sign languages and signed-modes of oral languages. Another way is using an interpreter. Accessible translation (AT) is an innovative platform offering translations of sign languages into audio and vice versa. The EU-funded AT project will investigate the international potential of the tool and facilitate its further development. It aims to bring the AT platform to the European market of assistive technologies.
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