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Welcome to the June 2019 issue of the ACM SIGACCESS newsletter. In the first article, Clayton Lewis writes an interesting article on how machine learning can benefit people with cognitive disabilities, what are the current technology limitations, and how can we, as a community, overcome them. In the second article, Carringyon, Laput, and Bigham present SpokeSense, a sensing solution designed for wheelchair basketball players that provides support for both long-term and real-time analysis of athlete’s performance.

  • Implications of Developments in Machine Learning for People with Cognitive Disabilities by Clayton Lewis
  • SpokeSense: Developing a Real-time Sensing Platform for Wheelchair Sports by Carringyon, Laput, and Bigham.

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