Parents of deaf children can more easily learn sign language thanks to powerful tech collaboration

Summarized by Michael Cropper

Students from the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), located in the Rochester Institute of Technology, developed an app with help from Google and Georgia Tech. The app is called PopSign, and it helps parents learn ASL with their deaf children and feel engaged doing it. The developers continually update it and plan to release different versions for different audiences.

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