It can be challenging to ensure that AI development is fair when the algorithms at its core are designed with biases which are often unconscious.
A World Bank report examines how South Asia can capitalize on existing technologies, to accelerate human capital development and promote resilience to future crises.
Cumulative exposure to multiple disasters can have a unique effect on mental health and resilience, writes an expert in disaster and emergency response.
62% of adults with a disability say they own a desktop or laptop computer, compared with 81% of those without a disability, according to Pew Research Center.
From fixing the digital divide, to improving access to green spaces, two experts explain how to make cities more inclusive and livable.
3D printing is helping deliver bespoke and affordable equipment to this year's paralympic athletes at the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games in Tokyo.
Although the group faces a great deal of criticism and gender discrimination, the women are persisting with their art and working to inspire others.
The Paralympics, meaning 'parallel Olympics', are a meeting of the world's top athletes who have a disability.
Michael Clinton, former president and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, has written Roar: Into the Second Half of Your Life (Before It’s Too Late).
Over one billion people have a disability and face economic exclusion, but technology and the digital transform could help boost global disability inclusion.
The service involves amphibious chairs, purpose-designed dressing rooms and specially trained lifeguards to offer support to people with disabilities.
Mitigating inequality requires a mix of bottom-up and top-down changes that address the underlying social and economic systems. Here are insights and ideas.
Royal Academy of Engineering CEO Hayaatun Sillem says the sector needs more female representation to more closely 'reflect the society it serves'.
The pandemic has accelerated the expansion of jobs offering flexibility for disability, which could help get more young people with disabilities into work.
There is potential for the model to be further developed and become more widespread with the support of commercial investment.