Universally Accessible Demands Accessibility for All of…

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September 20, 2006

A technology entrepreneur and engineer, Jim Fruchterman has been a rocket scientist, founded two of the foremost optical character recognition companies, and developed a successful line of reading machines for the blind. He is now a leading social entrepreneur through his deliberately nonprofit technology company, Benetech. Benetech concentrates on applying technology to human rights, literacy for people with disabilities and the environment. Jim likes bridging the technical world to the parts of humanity that have never heard of Foo Camp.

Google serves a minority of humanity reasonably well today. How is Google going to fulfill its mission to…

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