Code Jumper: empowering students with inclusive coding tools

By Microsoft Accessibility We believe that learning to code is something that can empower every student with computational thinking and problem-solving skills. These skills are applicable to every career and industry. That is why today we are launching Code Jumper, a physical programming tool to help students who are blind or with low vision learn…


Working together to improve image captioning for people who are blind

Microsoft continues to push the boundaries of technology to improve and positively influence all parts of society. In order to explore new approaches at the intersection of computer vision and accessibility, we’re announcing an 18-month partnership with The University of Texas at Austin for our new Microsoft Ability Initiative. This initiative is one of many…