It took place on August 08 the second edition of the Link Summit of Digital Accessibility,
held by Hand Talk, creator of Hugo, virtual interpreter for sign language.

The event fully met the expectations and featured numerous speakers recognized for their
knowledge, engagement and achievements in the themes of digital accessibility. Some of
the highlights were Lucas Radaelli, Google’s software engineer, and Clodoaldo Silva, a
Paralympic medalist.

With a simultaneous link/broadcast by Youtube, the amount of online subscribers
exceeded the expectation once again, passing from 9.000, while other 114 people were in
the auditorium of Google Campus to watch the event in person.

The event takes place for the second consecutive year and comes to crown the moment
surrounded by good news in Hand Talk, such as the award given by Google to the
company.

The company was the only Brazilian among 20 worldwide organizations that passed the
Google AI Impact Challenge program, and will receive about R $3 million to invest in
artificial intelligence and product enhancements.

For more information on the programming, speakers, content and information disclosed
on the Internet, see below some links (and their related sources):