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Google AI Helps Sign Language ‘Take the Floor’ in Video Conferences

We can often see sign language interpreters at press conferences or other public address scenarios, standing on stage and conveying speakers’ messages using hand gestures and body movements. But sign language has no such formal presence in the hectic environment of contemporary video conferencing, where the platforms generally use audio cues to spotlight the person speaking…




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