WHERE TO WATCH
Facebook's Accessibility Efforts
May 16, 2018
Updated 7mo ago
Matt King, Facebook's accessibility specialist, discusses how the social network is helping people with disabilities access technology. King is Facebook's first blind engineer, and he's also a three-time Paralympian.
IBM's Blockchain is Live and Bank-Issued Stablecoins Are On Their Way
May 16, 2018
Facebook's Efforts to Help Connect People With Disabilities
The social media company is using A.I. to make content on its site more accessible and connect people with disabilities to helpful communities. "We are working on making it possible for essentially anybody to connect with anybody," says Matt King, an engineer at Facebook who lost his sight in college. He is also a three-time Paralympian and a record-breaking tandem cyclist. Facebook's accessibility efforts are part of a wider commitment from tech companies, including Microsoft and Apple, to make their products easier to use.
Aug 29, 2018
The Politics of Sports in the Trump Era
With the NFL's anthem controversy heading into its second consecutive season, the intersection of sports and politics has never been more pronounced. Religion of Sports' Ameeth Sankaran joins Cheddar to discuss teaming up with LeBron James on new projects.
Jun 11, 2018
How to Help Individuals With Autism Enter the Job Market
Over the next decade, 500,000 individuals with Autism will age into adulthood and many of them will need to find a job. Spectrum Designs' Patrick Bardsley and Tim Howe join Cheddar to discuss why 75% of their company's staff is on the Autism spectrum.