Kim Feenstra reading to deaf children

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Kim Feenstra

A story to read for bedtime? For a deaf child this is not on. According to the authors of StorySign, 90% of the deaf children and parents who do can hear and know they often do not use sign language. Therefore, Huawei in collaboration with experts and charities, such as the European and the British dovenbond, the app StorySign developed.

The app reads selected children’s books and translates them using Artificial Intelligence to sign language to deaf children to help the learn to read. Kim Feenstra was Saturday, on the museum square to a sneak preview on this app.

The children learned addition, the public present a christmas greeting in sign language, with a doorgeefactie on social media.

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