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How AI Can Influence Accessibility

Thoughts on establishing best practices in AI ethics and creating an inclusive digital future

Recently, I was involved in several “Human Rights by Design” discussions with fellow UX designers and product managers. One of the fascinating topics was about Artificial Intelligence (AI) ethics with a focus on accessibility, universal design and digital inclusion. The conversations came out really informative, engaging and quite thought-provoking, so I decided to probe deeper and share my thoughts and findings on…

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Min Xiong

Min Xiong

Global Head of Content UX at LexisNexis, enjoys traveling, reading, and passionate about inclusive design, innovation and accessibility

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