Inside a small office on the sixth floor of the University of Washington’s computer science building, Richard Ladner starts talking about Google’s self-driving cars. The longtime professor is so excited about the innovation that he lets out a big laugh.
But Ladner isn’t joking around — rather, he’s jazzed up about a better future for people with disabilities.
“This is an accessibility tool,” Ladner explains. “Can you imagine a blind person taking their cane, walking to the car, telling it where to go, and it goes there? I think that’s going to happen.”
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