Browser Chrome is about to make web browsing better for the visually impaired and blind

Are machine learning techniques and smart Google more than just techniques, for example, there is a technique of AR and VR, not to mention the smart technologies of the other, which chiefly feature a Live Relay , which proved that the arbitrariness of digital images can lead to improvements not believe in the life of people who suffer from impaired hearing or vision.

متصفّح كروم على وشك أن يجعل تصفّح الويب أفضل لضعاف البصر والمكفوفينBrowser Chrome is about to make web browsing better for the visually impaired and blind

The latest feature from Google which is working on currently, is to add captions to each image on the web.

Where since the beginning of the accessibility options, it was no longer an important focus of the site, enabling the developers of the Websites to add annotations manually to the images, which would be read in the case of the use of “screen reader”, however many of the sites do not have enough time to add comments on all the images.

Be the case a frustrating issue for people visually impaired or blind completely, so much so that some of them have filed a lawsuit on stores and companies to not provide the advantages of access to their sites, which is confirmed by the Supreme Court of the United States recently that it is perfectly legal.

Anyway, the aim of Google to solve this problem through their advantage anticipated “obtain descriptions of the images from Google”.

As we have noted, is a feature coming in Chrome browser send pictures without captions directed to Google’s servers for processing.

It is assumed that this feature uses the same technology found in the application of the lens of the Google “Google Lens”.

Unlike the lens of Google, the company explained that the feature this will not return any comments if there is a match strong.

Finally, Google noted that it has already produced more than 10 million description health during the past few months of testing.

It also did not indicate the exact date of release feature this officially on the Chrome browser.


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