A partnership between Google and the University of Cambridge is supporting a new Centre for Human-Inspired AI. The collaboration will fund PhD students from underrepresented groups to work on developing AI technology to benefit everyone. Aleesha, a student funded by the grant, is working on improving communication for individuals with motor disabilities using eye-typing technology. She aims to make typing more efficient and accessible for those who rely on these systems. Her research, supported by the Centre for Human Inspired Artificial Intelligence, includes direct engagement with end-users to better understand their needs and barriers. The goal is to empower people with motor disabilities to express themselves and regain independence.

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