Advanced communication services (ACS)

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Advanced communication services (ACS)NameDateThere are more than 70million deaf people in the world today. Technology has also transformed to all parts of the globe. The government on the other hand expects advanced communication services to be available to al despite of their abnormality. For example, ASL system should be able to be used by all in the society. Deaf people use sign language when communicating to other people in the society. This means that software and internet developers should develop gadgets that can aid deaf people in communication. It is hard to have a common sign communication platform as it is not an international language. There are many technologies that are developed for deaf people in the society. They make their life easier and much safer. Text and messaging services enhances communication among the deaf society and the real world. The system

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