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The power of translation

Moroccan students

Abdelhadi Soudi works to put assistive devices into Moroccan classrooms for students including the ones pictured here. Soudi and Corinne Vinopol, president and CEO of the IDRT, built technology that works as real-time translation device and an instructional tool. It converts standard Arabic into MSL and offers resources like games and quizzes to help students and parents learn sign language.

Credit: Courtesy of Abdelhadi Soudi, Ecole National de l'Industrie Minerale, Morocco


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Abdelhadi Soudi shows students how to use the translation software in a Moroccan classroom.

Credit: Courtesy of Abdelhadi Soudi, Ecole National de l'Industrie Minerale, Morocco


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Computational linguist Abdelhadi Soudi, on the right, works with two students in a Moroccan classroom. Soudi and Corinne Vinopol, president and CEO of the IDRT are joint investigators on an NSF-USAID award. They built software that allows for real-time translation between standard Arabic and MSL.

Credit: Courtesy of Abdelhadi Soudi, Ecole National de l'Industrie Minerale, Morocco.


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