Microsoft’s AI for Accessibility, which was unveiled in May 2018, is the Seattle company’s second so-called AI for Good program. It follows on the heels of — and was largely modeled after — the company’s AI for Earth, which provides training and resources to organizations looking to tackle problems relating to climate, water, agriculture, and biodiversity. Through it, Microsoft pledged $25 million over the following five years for universities, philanthropic organizations, and others developing AI tools that serve those with disabilities. READ MORE ON: VENTURE BEAT