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    Microsoft is bringing its Seeing AI app for the visually impaired to iPad and adding a handy new touch feature to boot.

    Since its launch in 2017, Microsoft's Seeing AI app, which is built to help visually impaired people interpret the world around them, has seen a wide range of accessibility improvements.

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    03-12-2019 10:30 AM

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