PriMera Scientific Engineering (ISSN: 2834-2550)


Volume 4 Issue 2

Advancing Cognitive Accessibility: The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Enhancing Inclusivity

Dr. Rukiya Deetjen-Ruiz*, Marjorie P Daniel, Dr. Jennie Telus and Lodz Deetjen Ed.S

January 27, 2024

DOI : 10.56831/PSEN-04-108


This editorial examines the transformative role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in enhancing cognitive accessibility for neurodiverse individuals. It explores the evolution from conventional assistive technologies to sophisticated AI-driven solutions, highlighting how these advancements are reshaping inclusivity in education and the workplace. The piece critically analyzes the benefits and challenges of AI in this context, considering ethical implications, user-centered design, and the need for equitable access. It concludes with a call to action for continued innovation and collaboration in developing AI technologies that truly cater to the diverse needs of neurodiverse individuals.

Keywords: Artificial Intelligence in Education; Cognitive Accessibility; Neurodiversity in Learning; AI Ethical Considerations; Inclusive Educational Technology


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