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    Ed Summers, senior manager of accessibility and applied assistive technology at SAS, discusses a new technology at SAS that allows the blind and visually impaired to understand graphs and charts using text descriptions, tables and sound.

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Ed Summers, senior manager of accessibility and applied assistive technology at SAS, discusses a new technology at SAS that allows the blind and visually impaired to understand graphs and charts using text descriptions, tables and sound.
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