When hearing words “disability” and “accessibility”, the first thing that comes up in many people’s minds is a wheelchair or someone sitting in one. Many accessibility resources use a wheelchair icon as a symbol to represent accessibility.
Despite the recent hype about artificial intelligence, it has started quite a while ago – in 1950’s – when Alan Turing asked a question: “Can a machine think?” as depicted in the movie, “The Imitation Game”. The word “artificial intelligence” (AI) was coined in 1955 by John McCarthy who is considered a father of AI. There’s a website where he explained what artificial intelligence is.