[teknoids] Adaptive technologies for Twitter?

Lyonette Louis-Jacques llou at uchicago.edu
Sat Sep 17 11:32:37 EDT 2016

Hi all - as some of y'all know, I tweet a lot...:)  In recent years, it's becoming less text-based.  More information, jokes, political statements, poetry, deep thoughts are being conveyed via images - photos, GIFs, videos, and more and more often emoji.  People have taken to posting photos holding up signs.  You only get the meaning if you can read what the image says or the emoji stands for.

Sometimes the information is law-related.

So, quick question - do the technologies for the blind read emojis and what signs in photos say - text in images?

If so, what are they?


Lyonette Louis-Jacques
Foreign and International Law
Librarian and Lecturer in Law
D'Angelo Law Library
University of Chicago Law School
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