"We are a team of Deaf and hearing people; entrepreneurs, engineers, and
researchers. We build artificial intelligence solutions for clients who want
access to sign language translation and interpretation. Announcements in public
spaces, websites and videos can be inaccessible if you are Deaf and struggle to
understand audio announcements. As sign language is the first language for most
Deaf people, even written text is often inaccessible due to the difficulty of
learning a written language without hearing the sounds. It is our job to make
sure your organisation provides great access for Deaf people."
Via Wayne Radinsky, who wrote "Signapse is an AI sign language translator.
Well, it’s designed primarily for announcements in public spaces, though can
also be used for websites and videos. The way the system works is, they find
videos similar to your announcement video, then use generative AI to make a new
video based on the most similar videos from their video library. The generative
AI being employed is generative adversarial networks (GANs). The final videos
made by the generative AI are based on Marcel and Mia, actual humans, and they
promise to compensate them each time their image is used commercially."
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*** Xanni ***
Chief Scientist, Xanadu
Partner, Glass Wings
Manager, Serious Cybernetics