• Adam Tweed | 02 May 2019
    In the UK, on average, one person every 90 seconds is admitted to hospital with an acquired brain injury. Brains do not heal in the same way as other parts of our bodies and although the physical damage remains hidden, the impact on our functioning and personalities can be profound.
  • Adam Tweed | 08 Apr 2019
    The Amazon Alexa was a device designed to give us a more convenient means of shopping, but have these faceless devices become a more important source of interaction and company for many people; disabled and non-disabled?
  • Adam Tweed | 12 Mar 2019
    As a tech charity AbilityNet is, perhaps unsurprisingly, always going to highlight the good that tech can offer. We hear and share stories all the time in which technology provides support, a lifeline, or basic independence. However there are occasions in which the benefit of technology takes...
  • Adam Tweed | 07 Mar 2019
    With mental health services struggling to meet demand is there a role for an automated 'chatbot' service to provide some support? In the first of a series of blogs looking at the AI therapist, meet three mental health chatbots whose mission it is to improve general wellbeing.
  • Adam Tweed | 13 Feb 2019
    Loneliness has a huge impact on our lives and 85% of young disabled people say they feel lonely. Can the next generation of robots really help us feel less lonely?
  • Adam Tweed | 15 Jan 2019
    Many of you may have seen that the Amazon Echo; more affectionately referred to as 'Alexa' was an extremely popular Christmas present this year.

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