Accessibility

8 stories about Accessibility
מימין: דקל סקופ, גל ויזל ושיר אקרלינג, מייסדי אקססיבי

AccessiBe raises $30 million to make websites accessible

21.08.22|Meir Orbach
The Israeli company, which has raised $58 million to date, develops artificial intelligence solutions for automating the process of making websites accessible to people with visual, hearing, and motor disabilities
גל מואב

Evinced launches accessibility tools for iOS and Android

14.09.21|CTech
After the debut of its digital accessibility platform, the company presents its slew of products dedicated to mobile app accessibility
מימין דקל סקופ גל ויזל ו שיר אקרלינג מייסדי אקססיבי

Israel’s accessiBe raises $16 million for web accessibility

10.02.21|Meir Orbach
The company’s product automates processes to make websites’ content accessible to users with disabilities, funds to be used to expand U.S. presence and R&D center
Tamar Shapira SenseIT תמר שפירה

Israeli Techstars grad wants online accessibility to move beyond lip service

09.09.20|James Spiro
Speaking to CTech, SenseIT CEO Tamar Shapira says mere compliance is not enough, companies are missing out on millions
מימין דקל סקופ גל ויזל ו שיר אקרלינג מייסדי אקססיבי

Website Accessibility Startup AccessiBe Raises $12 Million

13.05.20|Meir Orbach
AccessiBe develops an artificial intelligence tool for automating the process of making websites accessible to people with visual, hearing, and motor impairments
UPnRIDE טוגדר

Accessibility Startup UPnRIDE Receives FDA Clearance

19.09.19|CTech
UPnRIDE develops a hoverboard-like device that allows users who are paralyzed or otherwise unable to stand to travel independently in an upright position
יוסי מטיאס פרופסור מנכל ב גוגל ישראל

From Crisis Response to Accessibility Tools: Some Recent Developments From Google’s Israel R&D Center

19.05.19|Omer Kabir
“There is nothing new about solving problems with tech, but AI can help us accomplish things that were just science fiction until now,” Yossi Matias, head of Google’s research and development center in Israel, said at a press conference Wednesday
Malcom Glenn Uber

Want to Learn Sign Language? Take an Uber

05.12.18|Adi Pick
After it was criticized and sued by disability advocates for failing to meet accessibility standards, rideshare company Uber is working to become more inclusive, according to Malcom Glenn, Uber’s head of global policy, accessibility and underserved communities