Robin.Christopherson | 17 May 2017
Microsoft's accessibility website has five excellent downloadable guides, so that people with hearing or sight loss, mobility, speech or cognitive disabilities can better use tech.
Robin.Christopherson | 15 May 2017
Wondering why disabled job applicants still aren't getting work? Robin Christopherson hints that Clear Talents - a simple solution to ensure jobseekers get a fair deal and employers get the best staff - could help.
Robin.Christopherson | 07 May 2017
Not satisfied with racing competitors to be first at the starting line with self-driving cars, Japanese automaker Toyota is looking to a robotic future for its ageing population.
Robin.Christopherson | 24 Apr 2017
It’s a mobile-first world. The global web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG), first created by the founder of the web, are being updated to make sure that sites and apps are now inclusive for all users on the go.
Robin.Christopherson | 17 Apr 2017
A new report confirms that there's been twenty long years of legislation and very little action on the part of the government when it comes to helping disabled people in the UK get equal breaks. AbilityNet's head of digital inclusion says, let's start with the easy steps the government can take...
Robin.Christopherson | 10 Apr 2017
Controlling computer using our brains is much closer than you may think - and will give new powers to many disabled people.
Robin.Christopherson | 27 Mar 2017
Accessible tech guru Robin Christopherson peers into the near-future, where bots could negate the need for websites and make the web a more inclusive place for everyone, including disabled people.
Robin.Christopherson | 20 Mar 2017
Accessibility guru Robin Christopherson explores how Google's exploration of in-car artificial intelligence could shape up in a future of driverless cars.
Robin.Christopherson | 07 Mar 2017
A new non-invasive technology allows people who are completely paralysed to control robots with thoughts alone. Robin Christopherson looks at new research from the University of Minnesota which provides new freedom of movement without the dangers of brain surgery.
Robin.Christopherson | 02 Mar 2017
Lip-reading is difficult. Many deaf people can do it, but there are situations when it is a struggle... but now, Artificial Intelligence like Google's DeepMind is getting its virtual teeth into the challenge - and doing an even better job than humans. So what does this mean for disabled people, TV...