Hilariously, the Blind app, an insider information app for Silicon
Valley, is not accessible to screenreader users.
The laws can be said to be written in small print text by people
increasingly have a google skimming literacy in small print text.
Inclusion is important.
If you are
going to move towards inclusion based on the law then
it would be a good idea to start by including folks who have
traditionally only been left out of the law based on the smallest
increment, like that they can't read it and are thereby less likely
be included in the process of law making.
Businesses like proactive, hacky, money-making and money-saving
Artificial intelligence has hit a watershed moment coincidentally
release into the blind community of a free AI Scanning and reading
solution that provides great service but brings up some significant
issues like that it commonly misrecognizes genders, age and
The "blind" app is relatively small and agile.
An offer should be made to the blind community that a disability
entrepreneurship network could be set up to work with the blind
as sort of an r and d department where they use the service to
communicate within their network based on the overall structure
that is in there already -- the structure of Silicon Valley.
When the company hits one trillion dollars or the government
an anti trust suit, whichever comes first, the r and d department
would take over the company and monopolize the entire tech
industry based on an accessible model where every company is
accessibility first with inclusion as the first priority in the mission