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CareScribe team photographed in Bristol

Richard Purcell, CareScribe: "Everyone has the right to live the life they wish"

Richard Purcell is the co-founder and director of Bristol-based assistive technology company CareScribe .

Richard is an NHS doctor and entrepreneur, working to develop innovative assistive technologies designed to promote and enable accessibility and inclusion in education and the workplace.

Can you tell us a bit about CareScribe?

At CareScribe, we build technology to help...

Bath, Bristol, The Bottle Yard & Beyond: Neill Campbell, Director of CAMERA

SWTD reporter Jack Wride spoke with Neill Campbell, Director of CAMERA, a motion capture research facility established at the University of Bath, about the far-reaching effects of advanced motion capture technology.

First off, what exactly is CAMERA?

The Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications (CAMERA), a research centre based at the...

Behind the scenes at Tech Exeter conference

Access all areas: backstage at the TechExeter Tech+Digital Conference

South West Tech Daily reporter Jack Wride goes behind the scenes at the TechExeter Conference, and discovers how technology can be used to make events and media content accessible to all.

TechExeter’s Tech+Digital Conference, held at Exeter’s Kaleider Studios, had ‘Access’ as its theme for this year’s series of discussions. What better theme could there be for a budding journalist...

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TechExeter's annual Tech+Digital Conference returns this month

TechExeter will be hosting their annual grass-roots Tech+Digital Conference on September 8th, with this year’s conference being themed around ‘Access’.

The virtual event will host 19 expert speakers who will be presenting across a 3 track conference stream over the course of the day, discussing a range of topics which will include accessibility, diversity and communications....

Report highlights digital inequalities in Bristol

A study conducted by the Bristol Digital Futures Institute, in partnership with Knowle West Media, has concluded that digital inequalities in the city could diminish potential opportunities for residents.

During the UK's first COVID-19 lockdown, a survey, funded by the BDFI, the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute and Bristol City Council, was taken on 5500 households in Knowle West, a...