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BBC Newsnight debate on using technology to help the deaf
Frontier's David Braben contributed to a fascinating debate on the BBC's 'Newsnight' television programme that exposed some interesting views on the potential for technology to help the deaf, and whether that is wanted.
Link to the start of the piece here on BBC iPlayer, David's contribution starts around 2m15s in.
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