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TW: Global Trends in Assistive Technology - Shared screen with speaker view
Anastasiya Kotenko, WSIS Team
33:59
Dear participants,Welcome and thank you for joining us today.The session is recorded and will be available on the event page of the WSIS website soon after the end of the session - https://www.itu.int/net4/wsis/forum/2021/Should you have a question or a comment, you are kindly invited to post it in the Q&A/Chat or to request the floor by using the raise hand function.
Dale Ehrhart
57:00
Hi all, it sounds like there’s an open mic and someone is typing.
Irene Kitsara, WIPO
01:01:50
Thank you, Dale, I think this is background noise from Brian
Panelist
01:08:30
apologies, Zoom quit unexpectedly
Irene Kitsara, WIPO
01:14:43
Dear participants, please feel free to share your questions or raise your hand
Anastasiya Kotenko, WSIS Team
01:19:16
There is a hand raised by Leticia
Irene Kitsara, WIPO
01:22:03
Dear Leticia, you will be the first to take the floor and pose your question, thank you for your patience
Irene Kitsara, WIPO
01:26:26
WIPO Technology Trends report: https://www.wipo.int/tech_trends/en/assistive_technology/index.html
Irene Kitsara, WIPO
01:28:36
please unmute yourself and pose your question
Leticia Espindola
01:28:59
Sorry, I did not intend to make a question
Irene Kitsara, WIPO
01:30:48
no worries!
Alvaro R
01:35:21
One of the problems of technology is cost, and patient access to these developments.What is Japan doing to achieve patient accessibility? do they have financial support for people with disabilities to acquire technology?How does Switzerland handle it?