Inside Google’s Effort To Use AI To Make ASL Accessible To All | Forbes

Earlier this year, Bay Area-based Google put together a competition intended to use artificial intelligence in decode sign language in real time. According to Google, the goal of the competition is to “classify isolated American Sign Language signs” using a TensorFlow Lite model.

There’s a video on YouTube about the “first-ever” ASL competition. Google announced the competition’s next phase earlier this month at its annual I/O developer conference at its Mountain View headquarters.

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