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Pitt’s ASL club poses for a photo.

Pitt provides ASL interpreting services

By Leanna Chae, Staff Writer January 11, 2022
Pitt provides students with resources — such as live captioning or ASL interpreting — for a better experience in classrooms and other settings.
Pitt students won third place in the InnovateFPGA 2019 Global Design Contest Regional Final with an American Sign Language-to-text translator prototype.

Reading the signs: Swanson students create ASL-to-text translator

By Madison Brewer, Staff Writer November 21, 2019
The students recently placed in a competition with a prototype of their translator, which takes a video of a word being signed and translates it using an ever-learning algorithm.
Nyle DiMarco, a deaf activist and model, advocatdes for the Deaf community and shares his life experiences on Monday at Frick Fine Arts. Meghan Sunners | Visual Editor

Deaf activist, model shares experiences, advocates for inclusion

By Janine Faust / Staff Writer April 4, 2017

When Nyle DiMarco was 24-years-old, a friend asked him if he ever wished he could hear. He immediately replied no. “I told him, ‘I have always been deaf. It is part of who I am,’” DiMarco...

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