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Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

TECHNOLOGY

Kenyan Engineer Creates High-Tech Gloves That Turn Sign Language into Speech

Kenyan Engineer Creates High-Tech Gloves That Turn Sign Language into Speech

It sounds futuristic—a pair of gloves that translates sign language into speech—but such an invention is indeed a reality. A young engineer from Kenya, Roy Allela, created Sign-IO, gloves that allow the deaf to communicate with those who do not know sign language.

It sounds futuristic—a pair of gloves that translates sign language into speech—but such an invention is indeed a reality. A young engineer from Kenya, Roy Allela, created Sign-IO, gloves that allow the deaf to communicate with those who do not know sign language.

Here Are the Winners of the Google Podcasts Creator Program

Google and PRX, a leader in podcast content, training, and technology, we’re looking for multicultural podcast creators to participate in the accelerator portion of the Google Podcasts creator program. Well, it seems that they are locked and loaded. Here are the teams that will be participating.

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