|Titre||Dot translate. The First Braille Translator Based on AI.|
|Campagne||Dot translate. The First Braille Translator Based on AI.|
|Date de première diffusion/publication|
|Secteur d'activité||Associations d'information et de lutte contre la maladie|
|Synopsis||Dot Translate is the first braille translator based on AI. It can translate any digital text to braille on its own, at near-human accuracy. Because it’s being trained with millions of most accurate human translation samples / data to understand context. Dot Translate is accessible through an intuitive web interface, Dot devices and other digital braille devices. It can translate a wide range of formats and sources: type, pdf, html and even voice. Through the bookmark feature, users can directly translate and format whole websites. Dot Translate can be integrated by third party services and products. But most importantly: While existing braille translation software costs up to $700, Dot Translate is free to use. This is important, because due to the nature of Machine Learning and a feedback tool, usage increases the accuracy.|
|Type de média||Digital|
|Directeur artistique||Eduardo Alvarez|
|Directeur de création||Lorenz Langgartner|
|Directeur de création||Franz Röppischer|
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