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Automated Method for Creating Math Textbooks in Braille

Are you tired of waiting for the braille version of a math textbook?

Researchers are developing an automated method for creating math textbooks in braille. Traditionally, math textbooks are expensive and require months of work by skilled staff who manually convert the print/digital version. Learn more about this automated process and the status of the work that has been accomplished and the next steps in the article by the American Institute of Mathematics (AIMath).

By Diane Brauner

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