Join us on Saturday 12th November at Deaf Village Ireland to explore how an app for Sign Language translation might work in practice: click here to register
Can you imagine a time when an app on your phone will be able to automatically translate between signed and spoken languages (a bit like Google Translate)? As automatic machine translation technology improves, an app like this might not be too far off in the future.
SignON is a community-driven project that is developing technology that will mean Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing individuals can translate between signed and spoken languages using translation technology like Google translate.
But how should this technology be developed, and how can we make sure it is guided by Deaf and hard of hearing communities?
At the workshop
At this Think-In workshop, we will ask for your opinions on this type of technology, and your thoughts on the situations you might see it being used and of benefit.
This event is for Deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people. We welcome participants who use sign language regularly, a little, or not at all. Irish Sign Language interpreting, International Sign interpreting, and live captioning in English will be in place for the event.
Register now: https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/an-app-to-translate-sign-languages-to-spoken-how-would-that-work-tickets-439481108827
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