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Reawakening Australia's Aboriginal Languages

Reawakening Australia's Aboriginal Languages

AFP (Dec. 18, 2012) — More than 250 Aboriginal languages were once spoken across Australia. While many have been lost, some schools are trying hard to reawaken others that are also endangered.
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"vOICe" Helps the Blind 'See' With Their Ears

"vOICe" Helps the Blind 'See' With Their Ears

Reuters (Oct. 14, 2013) — Researchers at the University of Bath in England have developed a technology that transforms images of objects into sounds for the blind. They say their device, called the vOICe system, offers an effective, non-invasive solution to help the blind navigate their environment. Jim Drury went to see it first hand.
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