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(Audio Description) Windows 10 accessibility features empower everyone
Windows 10 accessibilities features are at the core of the system thanks to Windows Accessibility (a.k.a Input for everyone) team.
Moment of Need Learning (MONL)
How do you get the naive, untrained, beginner to learn programs and guidelines faster and more effectively? The answer is arrange your material to be interactive and adaptive so that it can respond when a user/learner needs the information. This is the most ignored, unused learning paradigm since the concept of pre-creating a curriculum using the concept: 'one size fits all." and experts know best. For a period in the personal computer revolution 1959-2009, computer program usage awakened to the ideal that their training materials and their programs would capture more customers and less churn if they designed their training and Solutions material to be "USER FRIENDLY." A trendy way to make their introductory, intermediate, and help services were interactive with the user: that it gave a definition, showed a diagram, linked to a procedure when the student wanted it in real time and fast time. The art of creating USER FRIENDLY PROGRAM CURRICULUM, developed to an effective teaching art and then has just disappeared. Program introductory and advance training is virtually devoid of need based, instant training. Microsoft manuals used to be covered with blue links. Technical terms linked to examples and definitions in nanoseconds, Feedback questions, with personal choices, peppered their online manuals linking individuals when they wanted and needed a diagram, a video, a paragraph and did NOTHING AT ALL when the reader didn't want it. Today, upon the down load of OUR NEW WONDERFUL MICROSOFT EDGE, OR X, OR X.....THE reader is forced into a slideshow. put into a psudo reward motivation program, and constant intrusions from the dumbest virtual counselors with the most illogical complexities of questions and choices I have seen since the coin operated Fortune Tellers were retired from the 1920-1930's. Videos jump in and slather the entire screen with pre-ordained information, 3-D graphics are being forced fed into this process. WHO THE HELL IS IN CHARGE?
Support options for individual Special Needs users?
OTHER THAN high level large enterprise support contracts - And other than paying some high hourly fee, or a high per call fee, regardless of problem resolution > What Microsoft support options are available for . . . 1> . . . the work needs of any single small business and/or professional user? 2> . . . the special and unique personal and work related needs of the single business and/or professional user? For the purpose of this discussion . . . 1> "SUPPORT" requires an assigned personal contact (a human). All other support tools (internet resources, documents, AI chat, forums, etc) are part of a comprehensive package, and improve service while limiting total personal cost. However, a human element is required for consistency and trust worthiness of the support. 2> The special and unique needs involve Cognitive disabilities of the otherwise functional professional worker. The challenge of cognitive disability in this context requires attention (beyond product capabilities) to product usability, learnability, special training, product structure, and adaptability to the unique special needs of the individual. Cognitive and learning disabilities most often involve overlapping issues with adult Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD,ADD-inattentive type), Depression, Trust issues, OCD, Anxiety disorder, Bipolar and/or Manic episodes. Additionally, normal difficulties that accompany age, exacerbate prior difficulties, such as prior lifelong Adult ADD and depression. 3> It is expected that a combination of tools and enforced (yet customized) structure can assist the challenged functional professional; improving quality of work and life, work / personal life balance, health (reduction of stress, reduction of anxiety and coincident issues worsened by work stress). This allows the aging challenged individual to remain productive, successful, and confident of contributions, empowering the individual to continue work successfully and staving off self-imposed "forced" retirement.
AI and Machine Learning
Does Microsoft have anything to do with AI and Machine Learning? In research, programming libraries, etc.
What can we do to improve your experience with our website
What can we do to improve your experience with the Windows Community website? What would you like to see, read or get more information on?
Cognitive Services brings AI within reach of every developer—without requiring machine learning expertise. All it takes is an API call to embed the ability to see, hear, speak, search, understand, and accelerate decision-making into your apps. Enable developers of all skill levels to easily add AI capabilities to their apps.
Azure Cognitive Services are cloud-based services with REST APIs and client library SDKs available to help you build cognitive intelligence into your applications. You can add cognitive features to your applications without having artificial intelligence (AI) or data science skills.
Azure Cognitive Services are cloud-based services with REST APIs, and client library SDKs available to help developers build cognitive intelligence into applications without having direct artificial intelligence (AI) or data science skills or knowledge.
Azure Cognitive Services enable developers to easily add cognitive features into their applications. Learn how to configure and manage these services for your AI application needs. Learning objectives After completing this module, students will be able to: Create Cognitive Services accounts Manage Cognitive Services ...
A Cognitive Service provides part or all of the components in a machine learning solution: data, algorithm, and trained model. These services are meant to require general knowledge about your data without needing experience with machine learning or data science. These services provide both REST API (s) and language-based SDKs.