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Martina Galletti

Assistant Researcher

language

Accessing a qualitative, equitable and inclusive education is a human right. Every student, irrespective of their origins or abilities, should be able to reach their educational goals. Yet, significant differences across countries and social contexts persist, especially when it comes to children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Cognition and Learning. Can AI and NLP techniques help to achieve and to ensure inclusive education for these children? Moreover, can the same techniques be beneficial to speech and language therapists in their current online practices? In my research, I attempt to answer these questions by designing accessible and inclusive language technologies to explore hybrid education practices and to understand how (and whether) AI-assisted speech and language therapy can improve the overall treatment process for these children.

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