In an address to the National Press Club in Australia, Deaf Australia CEO Kyle Miers hailed the success of the Huawei-developed StorySign Artificial Intelligence technology and has called for additional funding to help increase the usage of similar new technologies to support greater numbers of deaf Australians.
Huawei Australia is partnering with NRL club Canberra Raiders and Deaf Australia – the deaf-led peak organisation representing deaf people in Australia – to attempt to break a World Record at the Raiders vs Manly Sea Eagles National Rugby League (NRL) game this coming Sunday (25 August) in Canberra.
StorySign is Huawei's multi-award winning app designed to enrich story time for deaf children and their families, and it has just won seven more awards, including four Gold Lions, a Silver Lion and Two Bronze Lions, which is an outstandingly roar-some result!
Launched in the UK last year, and promised to come with Auslan support in 2019, Huawei's StorySign app is now available for deaf and hard-of-hearing children and their parents to enjoy story time together.
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