Assistive techonologies (AT) aim to assist disabled users in their day-to-day lives. However, to properly assist users, AT must posses levels of intelligence that are not possible using automated methods alone. To enable AT to be deployable in the near future, we recruit the crowd to help in the form of human computation. Current projects aim to help blind, deaf and cognitively disabled people.
We are looking for both research assistants and developers for these projects. More details available via email / in-person meetings!