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"Many of those who could benefit most from the Information Society are at risk of being excluded from what it has to offer. For example, older people often find Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) too complex to use, while those living with disabilities are not always catered for by mainstream technologies. Such barriers can leave people feeling isolated at home, in the workplace and in society. The European Commission is committed to backing research to solve these and other problems related to e-Inclusion"
Ergonomics, accessibility and usability of ICT human-machine interfaces play a significant role within eInclusion.
EU Research for e-Inclusion: read more
ICT and ageing
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