SignAll is pioneering the first automated sign language translation solution, based on computer vision and natural language processing (NLP), to enable everyday communication between people with normal and impaired hearing.
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SignAll recently participated in a project in connection with both The Central European University (CEU) and the University of Birmingham. MBA students investigated the potential of SignAll expanding into additional foreign markets. SignAll is currently headquartered in Hungary, and operating primarily in the U.S.
Accommodation for the Deaf could be more effective if employers knew more about our needs
With all the efforts invested, workplace accessibility for the deaf remains a problem in the US. – An interview with Sean Gerlis, a certified Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator for the Board of Elections in the City of New York; advises on business development with SignAll; owns and operates SILAN Communications
Sign Language For Deaf Education
SignAll’s Project Manager, Dávid Pálházi held a speech at TEDxVilniusED, where he talked about Deaf education. You can read below an extract from his speech. There are more than 10 million people living on this Earth who were born deaf. Most of them have no mother tongue at all.