London Free Press: Local inclusion champion lends voice to Google’s Down syndrome project

London Free Press: Local inclusion champion lends voice to Google’s Down syndrome project. “Matthew MacNeil, 29, an inclusion champion who’s appeared before the United Nations as an advocate, is helping Google in partnership with the Canadian Down Syndrome Society (CDSS) to better understand the voices of people with Down syndrome. Known as Project Understood, people with Down syndrome are being urged to record thousands of phrases, often misheard because they have different facial skeletal and muscular systems, to make Google Assistant more accessible.”

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