The senior researcher Silvia Uribe from Grupo de Aplicación de Telecomunicaciones Visuales (GATV) attended the event representing the European H2020 Project EasyTV, because Universidad Politécnica de Madrid is a partner in this research for creating technological tools to facilitate access to information of people with disabilites in our continent. The project is part of the collection of 26 funded projects selected for sharing their skills in this event.
Other interesting projects in the event included ImAc about immersive accessibility and SOMA (Social Observatory for Disinformation and Social Media Analysis). Following the European Commission Communication on tackling online disinformation, SOMA has been launched to provide support to a European community that will jointly fight disinformation! For that reason, the observatory supports experts in their work against disinformation providing useful infrastructure and connection with a wide community of experts to collaborate in specific tasks.
More information about the event in the following link.
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